Category Archives: peer to peer

Principles for harvesting transformation from conversation

This post is dedicated to men and women everywhere who hunger for the new while feeling entombed in the old. It is was inspired by a recent 2-day inquiry among 30-odd practitioners of participatory leadership at the European Commission on … Continue reading

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Apprenticing to the Earth – Living the future

Saturday 28 May – Tomorrow, the people of Europe are invited out into the public places, to call for More Democracy. Our little community here in Axladitsa-Avatakia is buzzing with it. What is possible now? Today, I am called to … Continue reading

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The Both/And of Leading Change in Living Systems

This is another of those essays that slipped out of me unexpectedly while responding to a message on a list serve. In this case, the message was from Dr Don Beck, venerable guardian of the Spiral Dynamics integral pattern. It … Continue reading

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Grass roots collaboration – invisible integral

I just found out about Transitions – a grass-roots model adopted to respond to the twin challenges of Peak Oil and Climate Change. I am particularly impressed that their website is a wiki. What first caught my attention was the … Continue reading

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