Ten things to keep in mind when facilitating an emergent process


“Traveler, there is no path. The path is made by walking. Traveller, the path is your tracks And nothing more. Traveller, there is no path The path is made by walking. By walking you make a path And turning, you look back At a way you will never tread again Traveller, there is no road … Continue reading Ten things to keep in mind when facilitating an emergent process

Learning opportunities with Dr Glenda Eoyang in March 2018


Dr Glenda Eoyang, founder of the Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) Institute will is joining us in South Africa in March 2018. Many people recognize the complex nature of change today, but few can help you make wise choices in the moments of chaos. Human systems dynamics (HSD) provides practical ideas and tools to help you … Continue reading Learning opportunities with Dr Glenda Eoyang in March 2018

Coaching leaders in the networked economy: reflecting on learnings from the A-N coaching course (LOL 1)


When you’re at sea and need to find your way, it is key to first locate yourself i.e. know your current position.  Before we had GPS, mariners did this by getting a “fix” – taking a compass heading on three widely spaced objects and determining where these headings intersect to get a “fix” on their … Continue reading Coaching leaders in the networked economy: reflecting on learnings from the A-N coaching course (LOL 1)

Finding our way together


In a recent post, Jeff Goins describes that moment when the so-called “imposter syndrome” prevents a writer from publishing his work.  I could relate to that feeling … I often find myself agonising about whether or not something I’ve written is “worthy of publishing”.   Typically it sounds like “Who am I to write about this? I’m … Continue reading Finding our way together

Complexity, snake-oil and silver bullets


I just returned from a trip to London to experience the updated 4-day Cognitive Edge accreditation training and to meet some of the CE’rs I’ve known virtually for many years (like Michael Cheveldave and Peter Stanbridge) face to face.  Several new ideas were introduced, probably the biggest one being the renaming of the simple domain of … Continue reading Complexity, snake-oil and silver bullets