We all have developmental tethers. They are echos of our old selves. They are usually in various states of integration. Try exploring them while being gentle with yourself.
This experiential dive into individual and collective emergence, explores generative listening, embracing polarities, and embodying presence. We will learn about and practice with awakened wholeness.
ow? can we nurture holistic system change in the world? can we open to nature and collective wisdom? are mind, heart, body and spirit engaged in our work? do we inspire coherent action for transformational outcomes? do we experience and approach...
Generating Transformative Change is coming to Europe! I’m stoked!!
And we have an introductory online experience too, Cultivating Emergence. It is stand-alone. Come along in late Feb and March 2023.
Transformations is about emerging change—our world’s destabilising as some things get exponentially worse, some exponentially better. It can’t last and futures that encompass interlinked pieces—e.g. climate emergency solutions such as women’s access to education for fairness, equity and beneficial carbon drawdown—are what we can create.
If this sounds like a new level of thinking, it is! A paradigm shift, triple-loop change and new business models.
This page started with the Transformations 2019 conference in Chile. On the last day, Friday, 18 October, Santiago exploded. What’s happening in Chile mirrors pain and trauma around the world.
You’ll see Chile posts cover the events as well as interconnections and what we can do to help catalyse new futures, large system changes, justice and to address emergencies (including climate).
More transformation posts
Marilyn Hamilton writes about our eve of reconnecting— consolidating and integrating learning, reinventing how we operate.
Single, double and triple-loop learning to go deeper. This helps us to reframe and reconceptualise, to go deeper and be more effective, around the things we are working on and care about.
How do we shift, our societies move, you-I-we transform for flourishing?
3 programs to taste, experiment with for free, to touch-in with.
And, to embrace all the way, should you wish.
How do we solve problems with thought were unsolvable?
And, in the process, catalyze large-scale systems changes.
Seven quality choice points to help.
We are built to grow. It is our destiny to grow.
Watch Robert Kegan and many associated with the Inner Development Goals outline why this is so important to meet today’s crises.
We’re living in liminal times.
We experience this all around us—the potential to meet our challenges, to grow and evolve culturally. While, at the same time, crises push our edges ever more to extremities.
This post is a space for some grace with all that is!
Make haste – slowly, powerfully, minimally
“Hasten slowly” said Augustus. Oh, this is hard. To imagine what can be created, to hold back, to act; to engage means delving into both despair and hope. That’s where we’re challenged to see the powerful in what we do which is always minimal and micro. Feeling adequate in the face of manifest inadequacy. Weaving together the pieces that hasten, slowly and steadily, benevolution.