Tag Archives: 2nd tier

11/30 – “Reinventing Organisations” and the Teal impulse

Feature Articles / August-November 2015

Jon Freeman

So what’s this “Teal” organisations thing?

There has been some major buzz generating about “Teal” organisations.  It started with Frederic Laloux’s book “Reinventing Organizations”.  There are some good videos on YouTube of Frederic talking about it and if you haven’t read it, you can easily get an overview.  The buzz has been amplified by other conversations.  One of the example organisations, the Dutch healthcare company Buurtzorg, has particularly inspired people in Europe. Founder / …

10/9 – Acting As If – We’re in 2nd Tier

Feature Articles / August-November 2015

Tom Bruno-Magdich

 Tom LinkedIn newHello fellow Integral Leadership Review reader. I think it’s only fair that I disclose who I am and what I stand for before you spend your valuable time reading this article.

I’m a firm believer that fear is behind most, if not all, of the worst things human beings do to each other. And I’m almost certain that the type of fear causing ‘human on human’ suffering is surfaced and perpetuated by partial truths, …

1/15 – Is True Integral Leadership Possible?

Leading Others / January-February 2015

Linda Shore

 I am thrilled about the potential that exists in a world that finds us moving from green to integral yellow on the Spiral Dynamic map of human growth, where all four burners of the AQAL map of human possibility are fully ignited. Hail to the 4 voices! And while I am integrally jazzed, I wonder – how do we actually DO integral? More specifically, if I came across integral leadership how would I know …