Habits

This feature only applies to episodes with transcripts, which is a small number at this time.

Nand Kishore Chaudhary from Jaipur Rugs on love, collective consciousness and self-management

...ess. And the second is the desires. And the third is the ego. And I also found that it is impacting my decisions. And I also found that I'm driven by habits. And then I started working on my own consciousness. So one thing is to reflect on what I did yesterday due to my habits. Either I was reactive or re...more
...lso found that I'm driven by habits. And then I started working on my own consciousness. So one thing is to reflect on what I did yesterday due to my habits. Either I was reactive or responsive. And slowly, slowly I found that I was getting more consciousness and now I'm happy to say that I have developed...more
...principles, it's not going to happen by chance. And it's not going to happen only by introducing new structures. But it's so much about intention and habits. And like you say, being really conscious and self-aware of how am I showing up? How am I NOT doing the things that I want to be doing? And just cont...more

Lisa Gill and Mark Eddleston celebrate 50 episodes of Leadermorphosis

...middle', where you really experience: Oh this is tough. There's some growth pain here because I have to let go of things that I'm very familiar with: habits, ways of being, I'm going to get lots more feedback from my colleagues in terms of how I'm showing up and the impact that I'm having. And if I'm a ma...more
..., if it's valuable. Is everyone okay if we try this?", and then just try it. And the thing with Liberating Structures I like is that it's changing by habits rather than trying to do some big culture change. So I think Liberating Structures are a really good active thing you can do. And meetups of course,...more

Frederic Laloux with an invitation to reclaim integrity and aliveness

...ices like this that help us to kind of grow in the direction that we want to be together. Because it seems like our brains are wired for shortcuts or habits that we’ve been conditioned into. So, what does it take to awaken people to the possibility of sitting with these questions and for that to feel safe...more

Bill Fischer and Simone Cicero on Haier and the entrepreneurial organisation

... of management bureaucracy, or they’ve come from some other context, which is so different that they’re not kind of porting over any of those learned habits. But for those who join Haier, who have had that kind of context, I just wonder if they get any support. What sort of training or are there particula...more

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

...r has been instilled in us, but the capacity is given to us by having structural power. So a person who has structural power needs to transform their habits in order to exercise power with, because otherwise, you will be caught in this very odd, painful contradiction of where you want collaboration, and y...more