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Margaret Wheatley on leadership and Warriors for the Human Spirit

...erious way, just as you would if you were training on a musical instrument, if you were training at the gym - but you're training your mind, and your heart, your heart-mind. So, you know, in, in Sanskrit, in so in Hinduism, and Buddhism, the word for mind is the same word as heart. So I'll just call it h...more
...just as you would if you were training on a musical instrument, if you were training at the gym - but you're training your mind, and your heart, your heart-mind. So, you know, in, in Sanskrit, in so in Hinduism, and Buddhism, the word for mind is the same word as heart. So I'll just call it heart-mind fr...more
...ing your mind, and your heart, your heart-mind. So, you know, in, in Sanskrit, in so in Hinduism, and Buddhism, the word for mind is the same word as heart. So I'll just call it heart-mind from hearing, but we're training our heart-minds, to be aware of how we act in the world, to be aware that we person...more
...t, your heart-mind. So, you know, in, in Sanskrit, in so in Hinduism, and Buddhism, the word for mind is the same word as heart. So I'll just call it heart-mind from hearing, but we're training our heart-minds, to be aware of how we act in the world, to be aware that we personally create all of our emoti...more
...t, in so in Hinduism, and Buddhism, the word for mind is the same word as heart. So I'll just call it heart-mind from hearing, but we're training our heart-minds, to be aware of how we act in the world, to be aware that we personally create all of our emotional states - they're not flying out there and t...more
...ke holocracy out there. But I speak to lots of people who feel like there's something missing - the kind of human part and the mindset - I guess, the heart-mind part that you're talking about, that not many people are talking about that or how we can train that. So what are your thoughts about what's hap...more
...e you accept what is. And once you accept what is you find enormous opportunities to serve. And those in and of themselves are motivating, inspiring, heart-opening. So we have to work through the depression. About four times a week I find myself just weeping for what's going on -yesterday was one of thos...more
...at's, that's something you can now rely on. You can build you can strengthen. And it's an example. It's a insight into your good spirit and your good heart-mind and, and your courage. So we all have done this before. And now it's just a question of our level of commitment to serve other people in this ti...more

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

...th 40,000 artesans in 600 villages in India, and all these women are working from their own home. We work with them to change their mindset and bring heart to heart connection with each other. The carpet industry is one of the most unorganised sectors and is still largely dependent on contractors. At Jai...more
... artesans in 600 villages in India, and all these women are working from their own home. We work with them to change their mindset and bring heart to heart connection with each other. The carpet industry is one of the most unorganised sectors and is still largely dependent on contractors. At Jaipur Rugs,...more
... weavers in the villages and live with them and be with them and help them in their work. This brings in a lot of love and empathy which results in a heart to heart connection with each other. We are also working to create a rite of passage, Harvard Professionals, making them go through the same experien...more
...in the villages and live with them and be with them and help them in their work. This brings in a lot of love and empathy which results in a heart to heart connection with each other. We are also working to create a rite of passage, Harvard Professionals, making them go through the same experiences, much...more
... past organisations were driven by the muscles, and at present, organisations are driven by the brain. But future organisations will be driven by the heart. I would like to tell some of the stories, which I'm realising. I do so many webinars in the best colleges of India. Last week, I had two webinars wi...more

Lisa Gill and Mark Eddleston celebrate 50 episodes of Leadermorphosis

...nk, and he described these three stages of adopting self-management: the first being head - the kind of intellectual stage, and then the second being heart. Once you've read Reinventing Organisations, or once you've read these different books: Brave New Work, or blogs, or whatever it is, you kind of get...more
...ad power before then stepping up. And that's scary and risky and I'm not used to doing that I'm not used to having decision-making authority. So that heart stage I think, is the real test. And then Edwin describes, if you can get through that stage, then you get to this third stage of habit where it just...more

Peter Koenig on source, money and consciousness

...ys, more often than not, and by large numbers more often than not, when they call themselves 'co-founders', I would say to them first of all, with my heart beating 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...more
...ibing of where it can become dangerous, potentially... Peter Koenig: Yes this is what I believed too originally and it's like an extrapolation from a heart. Basically, there's an atom and then there's a molecule, and then there's a cell, and then there's a body and then now extrapolating from that, of c...more

Amy Edmondson on psychological safety and the future of work

...h? AE: I think the most important one that comes to mind is: bring your full self forward. You can make a difference. I think so many people, and my heart goes out to them, think: “I’ve gotta wait for some boss to fix it or the CEO to change hands.” In fact, most of us underestimate the impact we could ...more

Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz on acting your way into a new kind of organising with Liberating Structures

...w are we going to evaluate the work as we go? How are we going to keep this moving? So Ecocycle Planning - oh my God, it's so powerful. That's at the heart of this. So that's a string that helps you include everyone in strategic planning and strategy making across the organisation. And that means that pe...more