Conflicts

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Miki Kashtan on the three shifts needed for self-managing organisations to thrive

...now I am not a fit. This community, this group, and I are not together. And no matter how well you define your criteria, there will come moments when conflicts cannot be contained within the capacity that the community has. And where it is time to actually ask someone to leave. Those are incredibly, incredib...more
... we have shared values, and we have such a cool purpose, we don't have to look at it. So I think of exclusion criteria as being part of what I call a conflict engagement system. So it's one of five core systems that I think are there, in every entity they exist. And if you don't define them, you inherit the...more
...at I think are there, in every entity they exist. And if you don't define them, you inherit them. I will say what I mean. But let me first say that a conflict engagement system is the set of agreements that a group makes about what to do when there's conflict. And if you don't have that system, if you don't...more
...ill say what I mean. But let me first say that a conflict engagement system is the set of agreements that a group makes about what to do when there's conflict. And if you don't have that system, if you don't have clear agreements about how you handle conflict, you're going to inherit the way that conflict i...more
...that a group makes about what to do when there's conflict. And if you don't have that system, if you don't have clear agreements about how you handle conflict, you're going to inherit the way that conflict is handled in the dominant culture. You know, some of the ways that we tend to handle conflict in at l...more
...s conflict. And if you don't have that system, if you don't have clear agreements about how you handle conflict, you're going to inherit the way that conflict is handled in the dominant culture. You know, some of the ways that we tend to handle conflict in at least the global north societies is avoid, erupt...more
... handle conflict, you're going to inherit the way that conflict is handled in the dominant culture. You know, some of the ways that we tend to handle conflict in at least the global north societies is avoid, erupt, suppress, erupt again, quit or fire, fight. You know, those are the things that we do. And if...more
...ocieties is avoid, erupt, suppress, erupt again, quit or fire, fight. You know, those are the things that we do. And if instead, you know, if there's conflict, there are these people that I can go to for support and advice about how to handle this, and if they can't help me directly, then they will mediate,...more
...y, then they will mediate, or they will call a restorative circle, or they will do whatever else is in the agreement, then I am not alone holding the conflict. And it's that system that needs to hold within it the piece about conflict escalation. When conflict is not contained, and it continues to escalate,...more
...ill do whatever else is in the agreement, then I am not alone holding the conflict. And it's that system that needs to hold within it the piece about conflict escalation. When conflict is not contained, and it continues to escalate, under what conditions, in what ways, for what purpose? How do you mitigate ...more
... the agreement, then I am not alone holding the conflict. And it's that system that needs to hold within it the piece about conflict escalation. When conflict is not contained, and it continues to escalate, under what conditions, in what ways, for what purpose? How do you mitigate for consequences? How do y...more

Margaret Heffernan on how to act our way out of the status quo trap

...Lisa Gill: Yes, for me that speaks to this endemic aversion to conflict that we have in many societies. The sense that if conflict is happening, something is wrong, and we should avoid it. Or we should resolve it, or try ...more
...Lisa Gill: Yes, for me that speaks to this endemic aversion to conflict that we have in many societies. The sense that if conflict is happening, something is wrong, and we should avoid it. Or we should resolve it, or try and see it as an opportunity to deepen relationships to get...more
...tile. And it's very much designed to teach executives and business school students how to raise concerns when they find themselves caught in a values conflict. And Mary told me a really wonderful story at one point that I'm sure she won't mind me sharing. She was doing some work with a very large company in...more

Pasteur Byabeza on transitioning to self-management at Davis College

...more bureaucracy. Anyone can make important decisions - youcan launch new initiatives, you can hold colleagues accountable, you can even help resolve conflicts. Everybody knows that these ideas can bring about something new, or contribute to achieving purpose for the team - they belong to all the institution...more

Frederic Laloux with an invitation to reclaim integrity and aliveness

... organisations that you can train people a lot in giving feedback but people often still shy away from it, right? Because we all are, to some degree, conflict avoiders. But if you set up the system in a way where the team is directly exposed to whether they do a good or bad job, if the team’s directly in t...more

Jorge Silva on horizontal structures and participatory culture at 10Pines

...ou share, like, one or two examples of the kinds of tools or training that you're giving to your gardeners? Jorge Silva: Well, right now we are doing conflict training. Giving feedback. Non-violent conversations. Yeah, I think this is one of the biggest trainings that we are doing right now. We are also wor...more

Peter Koenig on source, money and consciousness

...quite strongly, "Which one of you is it? Is he or she the founder? Which one? There's only one of you." And I thought, oh, gosh, I'm going to start a conflict. I would say about 39 times out of 40 everybody knows, and they say, "Well, actually, I think it's you" or somebody points to themselves and says, "W...more

Margaret Wheatley on leadership and Warriors for the Human Spirit

...t that anger exists in the situation. So we do a lot of work on meditation, and learning to know our triggers, so that we can go into these places of conflict and heartbreak and, and not be undone by them, not fall apart. This was my initial path - that I wanted to be able to stay and I knew, I was so easil...more

Buurtzorg and the power of self-managed teams of nurses

...Lisa Gill: And do you ever have conflict in the team? Like something going on between two people, like a dynamic or something? And if so how do you handle that? Chila: We sometimes have had ...more