Organisational congruence

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September 2015

Fostering Congruence – Framing organisations for the 21st century…

By | 2015-09-08T15:59:19+00:00 September 6th, 2015|Congruence|

Purpose + Community + Learning + Contribution + Wellbeing Five essential focal-anchors of a sustainable organisation.... and Shared purpose + enabling leadership + meaningful relationships + collaborative learning Four critical elements of a sustainable organisational culture   How does your organisation measure up? Does your organisation have a beyond-profit purpose (raison d’etre) that is embraced [...]

June 2014

Unfolding the future together – the mindfulness of congruent organisations

By | 2014-06-17T19:59:56+00:00 June 14th, 2014|Congruence, Enabling Leadership, Mindfulness|

How emerging organisational models are responding to a shift in global consciousness ‘Can we create organisations free of the pathologies that show up all too often in the workplace? Free of politics, bureaucracy, and infighting; free of stress and burnout; free of resignation, resentment and apathy; free of posturing at the top and the drudgery [...]

May 2014

Successful Change Is Enabled, Not Managed

By | 2014-06-17T20:19:51+00:00 May 24th, 2014|Change, Congruence, Potential & Learning|

For much of my professional career, I have been involved in orchestrating and facilitating organisational change within the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. I have led strategic and cultural change programs; directed technology-driven people and process change initiatives; and managed change associated with refocusing and recovering organisational performance. Looking back on these diverse roles, I [...]

April 2014

The Mindfulness of Congruence

By | 2014-06-17T20:49:43+00:00 April 4th, 2014|Congruence|

In the opening chapter of his book, Pocket Mindfulness, Alfred James provides an elegant definition of mindfulness – a way of thinking about life that has its origins in Buddhist philosophy and practice. Mindfulness is purposeful awareness without judgement of one's self or others. It is the clear knowing of actuality, rather than the seeing [...]