Tag Archives: Learning

Holacracy One Experiential Workshop Isn’t

I recently went to a certification workshop to learn about holacracy and am writing about the experience over a series of blog posts. This post describes the learning environment in Holocracy One’s Experiential Workshop, their introduction to holocracy. Expectations walking … Continue reading

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Refund denied. Helpful Hints for Dealing with Holacracy One.

Just back from a disappointing one week Holacracy One (HO) certification program that promises participants will • Explore the leading-edge of human organization • Learn new “sense and respond” habits and practices • Learn how to “facilitate beyond ego” • … Continue reading

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Intellectual Hide-and-Seek Taught in Schools

The more I work with leadership teams the more I see the influence intellectual hide and seek being played, and, I wonder what the fix is, or even if a fix is needed. Ronald Beghetto, a University of Oregon College … Continue reading

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