“Ground is the place to go when overwhelmed with thoughts and fears. It can hold our confusion with unwavering presence. We can source the earth’s
Insights from the field
Insights From the Field
by Ten Directions
In my experience, any time we engage in a conversation about our differences with an intention to prove the other side wrong, we’re heading for
If there were a word for our chapter in history, it might be “interconnected.” Organizations, teams, movements, individuals, economies, ecosystems. Is there any part of
It is important for anyone in leadership positions today to understand how our world views evolve, and explore how these differences can be worked with.
As culture and society continue to evolve, our approach to collaboration must also evolve.
Judges, referees, mediators and facilitators are trained to be neutral. But neutrality is often misunderstood.
The heroic leadership model has been on the decline for years. Increasingly it is being replaced by an interest in collaborative and facilitative leadership practices.
As a collaboration facilitator, the vast majority of the work I do is with software development teams, which are notoriously male dominated. In the last
There are important skills that come online when we begin to facilitate groups using the Integral framework as a lens through which we view our
In my work as an Agile ”Scrum Master” and Team Coach, I’m often confronted with the problem of how to spice up routine technical meetings
Every facilitator knows that conflict in groups can actually be a good thing. It’s often a healthy sign that a group has established enough basic
I’ve always thought of myself as a no-drama type of guy, but when it comes to group facilitation, I think it’s actually the drama that