Working out Loud



Working out loud is working in an open, generous, connected way so you can build a purposeful network, become more effective, and access more opportunities.  The good news is that anyone can learn how to do it. Most people, though, find it difficult to get started or to develop new habits that will allow them to realise the benefits.


Liberating Structures



When you feel included and engaged, do you do a better job?  Do you think teams in which people work well together produce much better results? Have you noticed the best ideas often come from unexpected sources?  Do you want to work at the top of your intelligence and give the same opportunity to others? 

Liberating Structures are easy-to-learn microstructures that enhance relational coordination and trust. They quickly foster lively participation in groups of any size, making it possible to truly include and unleash everyone. Liberating Structures are a disruptive innovation that can replace more controlling or constraining approaches.


Holacracy Inspired



Roles not Job titles.  Resolution of tensions.  Tactical and Governance meetings. Getting Things Done.  




ImpactNPO exists to make the world a better place through building an environment for professionals to offer skilled work and advice to NPOs.


Teal NZ



Purpose: Making NZ a better place to work. To be the catalyst and hub for teal practice, education and transformation in New Zealand. 

This is a group for people in New Zealand interested in bringing the practices of the books Reinventing Organizations and Holacracy to life. Are you part of a Teal organisation, or in the transition to a more purposeful and soulful organisation? Just want to learn more?

We meet monthly to discuss the challenges and breakthroughs of this path: what practices have worked well? What have we learned from experiments that failed? We support each other and cultivate a community that will help bring about a, new ways of working.  





What worked or did not work in your lifelong experiments?

What would you have done differently? I