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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Mar 24

Lisa Gill interviews Emma Quayle, originally published at leadermorphosis.com 53 minutes 32 seconds Listen here. Miki is the seed founder and Emma a founding member of the Nonviolent Global Liberation community (NGL), which runs entirely as a gift economy. They and NGL as a whole are knee-deep in visionary experimentation about what it would take to realign humanity with life through online and community living experiments. Even without bosses we can still struggle to embody new ways of being together because of our internalised systems of patriarchal conditioning and capitalist thinking. The capacity lens gives us a way to examine

Lisa Gill interviews Emma Quayle, originally published at leadermorphosis.com 53 minutes 32 seconds Listen here. Miki is the seed founder and Emma a founding member of the Nonviolent Global Liberation community (NGL), which runs entirely as a gift economy. They and NGL as a whole are knee-deep in visionary experimentation about what it would take to realign humanity with life


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 Jan 24

Lisa Gill interviews Kimberley Loh originally published at leadermorphosis.co 52 minutes 18 seconds Listen here.   Kimberly Loh works in the worlds of conflict resolution, coaching, embodiment and mindfulness. She is also the co-author of ‘Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak and Listen from the Heart.’ We talk about learning to be aware of patterns we have when it comes to engaging with conflict, and Kim shares some ground rules for having ‘Compassionate Conversations’, as well as some really useful self-reflective practices to help us be more conscious of how we show up in conversations, especially ‘difficult’ ones. We also cover topics like

Lisa Gill interviews Kimberley Loh originally published at leadermorphosis.co 52 minutes 18 seconds Listen here.   Kimberly Loh works in the worlds of conflict resolution, coaching, embodiment and mindfulness. She is also the co-author of ‘Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak and Listen from the Heart.’ We talk about learning to be aware of patterns we have when it comes to engaging with


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

By Marc-Peter Pijper and originally published on corporate-rebels.com Yesterday, I caught my son sneaking a cookie, lovingly baked by his twin sisters, from the jar just before dinner. As a parent, I had a choice to make: Wait until the end of the year to address his behavior or offer immediate feedback and guidance. Now let’s be honest, of course I provided direct feedback because it’s what really makes a difference and simply creates the most impact. While resolving this parenting dilemma is a no-brainer, the traditional annual performance review in the workplace seems to create a much harder choice. All

By Marc-Peter Pijper and originally published on corporate-rebels.com Yesterday, I caught my son sneaking a cookie, lovingly baked by his twin sisters, from the jar just before dinner. As a parent, I had a choice to make: Wait until the end of the year to address his behavior or offer immediate feedback and guidance. Now let’s be honest, of course I


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Dec 23

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on medium.com I’ve been working in and around the area of self-management for about 10 years now. Overall, this management philosophy has a lot to offer but one of the things that bugs me the most about it is how it inadvertently implies there’s no longer a place for leadership. Some of the other mistruths around self-management are: You should now be able to resolve all of your own barriers and challenges, effectively working in isolation Self-Management itself will resolve all your business challenges The skills and qualities of your brightest leaders should be

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on medium.com I’ve been working in and around the area of self-management for about 10 years now. Overall, this management philosophy has a lot to offer but one of the things that bugs me the most about it is how it inadvertently implies there’s no longer a place for leadership. Some of the other


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Nov 23

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editor’s Note: Shelley Doyle will be the featured Storyteller in a Deepening Our Resonance Conversation via Zoom for members of Enlivening Edge Community Hub on December 7. Join the Hub by then and participate free, in a very inspiring and supportive conversation on the topic of Belonging at Work! By Shelley Ceridwen Doyle for Enlivening Edge Magazine My team was remote, but I was office-based, surrounded by tight-knit teams who shared lunch together, and a Marketing Manager who belittled me in executive meetings. How did I find a sense of belonging at work? It certainly wasn’t a

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editor’s Note: Shelley Doyle will be the featured Storyteller in a Deepening Our Resonance Conversation via Zoom for members of Enlivening Edge Community Hub on December 7. Join the Hub by then and participate free, in a very inspiring and supportive conversation on the topic of Belonging at Work! By Shelley Ceridwen Doyle for Enlivening Edge Magazine


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Nov 23

By Konrad Olesiewicz for Enlivening Edge Magazine For some it might be very challenging to fully embrace next–stage values and practices and embody them. It often requires a dramatic perspective shift beyond purely cognitive understanding. This article highlights why and how individual practice of Internal Family Systems® (IFS®) might be conducive to helping struggling team members or aspiring practitioners deeply understand and embrace the foundations of next–stage practices in organizational settings through direct personal experience. The basic premise of IFS® is that our personality is composed of parts that are like subpersonalities with their own qualities and perspectives. Another one

By Konrad Olesiewicz for Enlivening Edge Magazine For some it might be very challenging to fully embrace next–stage values and practices and embody them. It often requires a dramatic perspective shift beyond purely cognitive understanding. This article highlights why and how individual practice of Internal Family Systems® (IFS®) might be conducive to helping struggling team members or aspiring practitioners deeply


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

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine This is the third in our series of curated Special Collections of Enlivening Edge Magazine articles. Read the first, on answers to the question What is Teal? and the second, on Editor’s Favorite Editorials. Both have a general introduction to the series. October is National Book Month in the US, so we thought we would toss in this Special Collection of our published reviews of extraordinary and valuable books, over the 100 months of EE Magazine publishing, ! Do browse if you are a reader. Do you like to review books? Contact us

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine This is the third in our series of curated Special Collections of Enlivening Edge Magazine articles. Read the first, on answers to the question What is Teal? and the second, on Editor’s Favorite Editorials. Both have a general introduction to the series. October is National Book Month in the US, so we thought


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

By Mark Eddleston and originally published on New Ways of Working substack Feedback is for sure one of the key patterns found in progressive organisations. It’s one of the tools that teams need most – a shortcut to improvement and better collaboration. Done well, feedback will help your colleagues, your team and your organisation. And receiving feedback about the impact you’re having on other people is a huge (often untapped) source of personal growth. We are all better off if we understand our impact on others. For these reasons and more, feedback features in my New Ways of Working playbook and online course.

By Mark Eddleston and originally published on New Ways of Working substack Feedback is for sure one of the key patterns found in progressive organisations. It’s one of the tools that teams need most – a shortcut to improvement and better collaboration. Done well, feedback will help your colleagues, your team and your organisation. And receiving feedback about the impact


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

Marcus Druen interviews Gerald Mitterer  originally published at leadingaudaciouschange.buzzsprout.com 1 hour 7 minutes 54 seconds Listen here In this episode I am speaking with Gerald Mitterer. Gerald is a founding member of dwarfs and Giants, an innovative organization design and strategy partner for the 21st century. He is also member of the extended board at Welser Profile, a pioneer in steel profiles and tubes with 2,500 employees. If I ever had a platonic crush on a fellow practitioner, it would be Gerald – I am sure you’ll appreciate his clarity and precision when talking about Wholeness at the Level of Organisations (our

Marcus Druen interviews Gerald Mitterer  originally published at leadingaudaciouschange.buzzsprout.com 1 hour 7 minutes 54 seconds Listen here In this episode I am speaking with Gerald Mitterer. Gerald is a founding member of dwarfs and Giants, an innovative organization design and strategy partner for the 21st century. He is also member of the extended board at Welser Profile, a pioneer in


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Sep 23

Lisa Gill interviews Ted Rau originally published at leadermorphosis.co 58 minutes 20 seconds Listen here. What can the realm of self-management and new ways of working learn from the realm of polyamory, Relationship Anarchy and open relationships? And how can practices in self-organising work teams help us improve our personal relationships? Ted Rau is the co-founder of Sociocracy for All and author of books like ‘Who Decides Who Decides?’ and ‘Many Voices One Song’. In his personal life, he has been in monogamous relationships and, for the last seven years, in open relationships. We explore the parallels across personal and professional relationships,

Lisa Gill interviews Ted Rau originally published at leadermorphosis.co 58 minutes 20 seconds Listen here. What can the realm of self-management and new ways of working learn from the realm of polyamory, Relationship Anarchy and open relationships? And how can practices in self-organising work teams help us improve our personal relationships? Ted Rau is the co-founder of Sociocracy for All and author


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