The beach First time in eighteen months thanks to the pandemic and related business and unrelated family issues 🙂 And it is rather wonderful. I wholly recommend it! Fascinating to see all the wannabe Instagram Influencers and their partners (long-suffering or taking turns) move from coveted rock to ankle-deep-in-the-sea shot, making the same poses then … Continue reading I’m on holiday!
SUBSCRIBE AT https://www.getrevue.co/profile/antlerboy for weekly highlights and proper formatting.A Sunday special this week. I’m on holiday! For the first time in 18 months. Normal service may or may not… Top phive of the week I’m in a quandary. Would you run a face-to-face awayday for a dispersed UK/international team in September?Lots of good responses on … Continue reading Transduction – leading transformation – Issue #13
Today I want to invite you to meditate on two quotes: “It is a misuse of our power to take responsibility for problems that belong to someone else.” “It’s a cry out against help, against charity, against philanthropy – all forms of colonialism” These are both from Peter Block, who wrote Flawless Consulting, Community: the … Continue reading “It is a misuse of our power to take responsibility for problems that belong to someone else.”
We're having a real debate about whether to stick with our in-person awayday at the end of September (rescheduled from July, rescheduled from June). That is, assuming we even have a choice and there isn't another lockdown. We really want to meet - for the first time in eighteen eventful months - but several people … Continue reading I’m in a quandary. Would you run a face-to-face awayday for a dispersed UK/international team in September?
Read this properly formatted - and even subscribe for weekly compilations - at https://www.getrevue.co/profile/antlerboy I have ‘gone long’ this week; since Revue doesn’t (as advertised/promised) pull through all my Twitter feed, I’ve gone through manually. See this as a ‘sunday supplement’, rich reading for your brunch? Maybe…Feedback very welcome! I have ‘gone long’ this week; … Continue reading Transduction – leading transformation – Issue #12
Do you enable learning across boundaries? Can you connect people across silos? Are you able to bring a broader view to local settings?Have you heard of systems conveners? Are you one? Or do you simply want to learn more about this approach? Please like, share, and comment here:https://www.linkedin.com/posts/antlerboy_systems-convening-launch-2-september-join-activity-6836192316554907648-965K Register for the launch on 2 September: https://bit.ly/SCBookLaunch Download the … Continue reading Systems convening
I try to make these posts interesting, challenging, accessible. But today I'm just going to be proud of my company for a minute here. What's your big achievement at the moment? Mine is that we set up in public services consultancy in 2009, just as the good times turned into full-blown austerity. We survived that, … Continue reading I’m proud of RedQuadrant
Subscribe at https://www.getrevue.co/profile/antlerboy An invitation to the RedQuadrant tool shedNew cohorts launching soon: my support and tool shed for your coaching / consulting / facilitationchosen-path.org Welcome to Australasian Change Days 2021Sarah Glenister and team have again put together an event which is both an outstanding conference and a great experience of being in community. It’s … Continue reading Transduction – leading transformation – Issue #11
Can we really say that people progress through different levels of ability to deal with #complexity across their life? And that we can measure and identify what level people are at? Predict how they’ll develop? And select and promote people based on that? Or, as Nora Bateson said when she began the tango, will it … Continue reading There’s been a kerfuffle about ‘stage theory’. What do you think?