Miki Kashtan

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Lisa Gill and Mark Eddleston celebrate 50 episodes of Leadermorphosis

... I thought, okay, so we just apply those practices. And I think it was thanks to one of my favourite conversations that you've had, and that was with Miki Kashtan - I think that sparked a bit of a step change in my thinking: when I realised that the practices and the tools aren't enough, there's much more to it...more
...have acted as a bit of a turning point for your approach with working with organisations? Lisa Gill: Yeah, definitely. You mentioned the episode with Miki Kashtan and that was definitely one for me, and one that I keep going back to because there's so much richness in what she shared in terms of the the inner s...more
... Harvard Business School, and you've had London Business School, Gary Hamel, and then the next week it might be Extinction Rebellion - fantastic, and Miki Kashtan, Margaret Wheatley, the creators of Liberating Structures and Holacracy, Corporate Rebels, Aaron Dignan, Enspiral, Ouishare: anybody who's anybody i...more
...een real turning points for me are often the ones that I say, from a personal perspective: "Listen to these" - like the ones with Helen Sanderson and Miki Kashtan and Margaret Wheatley, are a couple that I think are easy ones to engage with, like, they're pretty resonant with most people....more
...oking over the next year, and particularly with what's going on at the moment? So, mindset's been mentioned, and that's the focus of the episode with Miki Kashtan, (which is really worth a listen). And you mentioned just earlier that often people say: "Oh, that wouldn't work here". Now with remote work, which w...more
... most many of these organisations struggle with recognising that some kind of feedback system is really important, for example to be able to know, as Miki Kashtan put it: "we learn by knowing our impact on others". And I know like, Bryan Ungard is of a school of thought where he has different thoughts about fee...more

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

...ess in this way. And now you're entering into a new phase, as I understand it, where you're talking to people like Frederic Laloux, Doug Kirkpatrick, Miki Kashtan, and you're really interested in taking it to the next level in terms of self-management. And really kind of decentralising. What is important to you...more

Anna Elgh on self-managing teams and shifting conflicts at Svenska Retursystem

...Lisa Gill: Yeah I think it's really interesting to think about something that Miki Kashtan shared when I interviewed her for this podcast - that the shift has to happen in two directions from those who have management positions or have form...more

Bill Fischer and Simone Cicero on Haier and the entrepreneurial organisation

...L Gill: Yeah, well, that’s, that’s what I wonder as well. And I think about Miki Kashtan, who I had on the podcast, and she talked about that as well as structural shifts, there -needs to be two shifts within. And one is in the people who...more