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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Feb 24

By Mark Eddleston and originally published in July 2022 at newswaysofworking.substack.com This newsletter is approaching two years old already, and there have been quite a few hits! With so many new subscribers, and because some popular editions may have been buried in your busy inboxes, I thought it would be helpful to share the posts that have proved most popular and helpful so far. So dig into whichever sounds most appealing to you, share any favourites with your team, and #DoTryThisAtWork! Understanding Complexity & Organisations (article) Management is much simpler when we understand the nature of the system we are

By Mark Eddleston and originally published in July 2022 at newswaysofworking.substack.com This newsletter is approaching two years old already, and there have been quite a few hits! With so many new subscribers, and because some popular editions may have been buried in your busy inboxes, I thought it would be helpful to share the posts that have proved most popular


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Jan 24

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editori‚Äôs Note: Here‚Äôs a nice mental stretch into these nuanced alternative perspectives, different from the common views ‚ÄúAll sensible reasonable people want to be Teal‚ÄĚ or ‚ÄúEveryone wants to have more power at work.‚ÄĚ By Charlie Efford and originally published on LinkedIn How often you read a pronouncement that someone‚Äôs mission/passion is empowering other people? These statements may spring from a desire to help others and I feel there are some fundamental flaws in the intention. Imagine having a room with two light bulbs on the ceiling. One is a bright 100W bulb and the other a

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editori‚Äôs Note: Here‚Äôs a nice mental stretch into these nuanced alternative perspectives, different from the common views ‚ÄúAll sensible reasonable people want to be Teal‚ÄĚ or ‚ÄúEveryone wants to have more power at work.‚ÄĚ By Charlie Efford and originally published on LinkedIn How often you read a pronouncement that someone‚Äôs mission/passion is empowering other people? These statements


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Oct 23

By Charlie Efford and originally published on Linkedin As I started to tune into the idea of conscious leadership (and the plethora of related ideas), my first thought was ‚Äď how do I define what a conscious leader is? Once I had a definition, I could create a model and teach people how to become one. Logical, rational and completely aligned with a reductionist view of the world. (The idea that we can explain everything by understanding its component parts). Conscious leadership needs time to emerge I set off on my quest and read lots of articles that confidently stated

By Charlie Efford and originally published on Linkedin As I started to tune into the idea of conscious leadership (and the plethora of related ideas), my first thought was ‚Äď how do I define what a conscious leader is? Once I had a definition, I could create a model and teach people how to become one. Logical, rational and completely


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Sep 23

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on medium.com About 18 months ago, I joined the Greaterthan ecosystem and it’s been a real pleasure collaborating, conspiring and connecting with a bunch of folk from around the world who do work that’s connected to what I do. One of the more recent conversations I had with my Greaterthan colleague Lyssa Adkins, was connected to the principles of role mapping. This is a key part of the Holacracy practice so it’s been in my toolkit for almost 10 years now. However, the way that I introduce this process to companies and the benefits that it brings is

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on medium.com About 18 months ago, I joined the Greaterthan ecosystem and it’s been a real pleasure collaborating, conspiring and connecting with a bunch of folk from around the world who do work that’s connected to what I do. One of the more recent conversations I had with my Greaterthan colleague Lyssa Adkins, was connected to the principles


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 Jul 23

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on¬†medium.com Almost every client I‚Äôve ever worked with, has said to me at some stage: ‚ÄúWe need to talk about compensation‚Ķ‚ÄĚ It‚Äôs never the lead-in project, but once you start unpacking how things are working (or not working) within your business, it‚Äôs inevitable that the subject of compensation appears on the radar. How we pay our people sets the standard for value, fairness, transparency, viability and trust. ‚ĶBut it can also be a much feared and avoided subject on account of its innate power and emotion. So I wanted to break down the principles

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on¬†medium.com Almost every client I‚Äôve ever worked with, has said to me at some stage: ‚ÄúWe need to talk about compensation‚Ķ‚ÄĚ It‚Äôs never the lead-in project, but once you start unpacking how things are working (or not working) within your business, it‚Äôs inevitable that the subject of compensation appears on the radar. How we


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 May 23

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 116 You have probably heard of ‚ÄúNet Zero,‚ÄĚ the unrealistically ambitious target of having no net greenhouse gas emissions by some point in the relatively near future (2030, maybe 2050 at the latest). A report filed in 2019 by the prestigious¬†government-funded UK organization of engineers and scientists, UK FIRES, thinks Net Zero is not enough and is pushing for an insanely¬†aggressive program called ‚ÄúAbsolute Zero,‚Ä̬†absolutely zero emissions¬†by 2050. What does it entail? Among other things, no flights, no container shipping, no red meat consumption, no cement, no new steel production, and no

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 116 You have probably heard of ‚ÄúNet Zero,‚ÄĚ the unrealistically ambitious target of having no net greenhouse gas emissions by some point in the relatively near future (2030, maybe 2050 at the latest). A report filed in 2019 by the prestigious¬†government-funded UK organization of engineers and scientists, UK FIRES, thinks Net Zero


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