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Georgina Kalafikis wtffff i do not understand this! Being in the silence. Letting go. In building the skill of leading from the emerging future, we take everything in and cross the threshold into the first glimpses of the new system. It is a self-reflective shift that allows the whole system to see itself and to act. To break through a crack in the old system and to allow something small to come into being—perhaps a prototype of the new?
The authors and their colleagues worked from this place of personal openness to engage systems at a new level of relationship and conversation. They shared several experiences with organizations and complex multi-stakeholder systems where they went beyond dialogue and became partners in revolutionary change. It was the shift in relationship from simple dialogue to a more co-creative process of understanding the system together from diverse perspectives—and having the depth and quality of relationship that they could sense the emerging future together and then begin to co-create it in small steps with innovative prototypes.
Transforming Capitalism and Self: From Ego-system to Eco-system Economies
These relationships and projects were created from a place of inspiration of what is possible, yet there was also a spark of necessity or frustration in their creation. Together, these stakeholders from multiple sectors moved into a place of creative flow and deep relationship where they could collectively sense the emerging future and create new structures that allowed it to be born. Scharmer and Kaufer share a plethora of examples in many sectors—government, health, education, business, NGOs and banking—where advanced Presencing practitioners have begun to create new forms of organization and seeds of new sectoral structures.
These new institutions are led from a decentralized place, benefiting from globalization, information and communication technology, and a linking of collaborative relationships. These new institutions are a powerhouse to effectively address complex systemic change and create a revolution across sectors. They are characterized by openness, transparency and shared ownership.
Their leadership is broadly based and even goes outside the boundaries of the organization.
rikonn.biz/wp-content/2020-07-02/copiare-rubrica-da-iphone-5-a-iphone-6.php Their organizing principle is based on an intention and they have successfully developed a process for governance and for working effectively despite myriad challenges. The Presencing Institute continues to support the growth of these innovations, institutions, and individuals through the u. It includes the innovation lab, research partners, and capacity-building partners that are shifting the field of global social entrepreneurship across all sectors in a truly transformational way—based in mindfulness and awareness, deeper relationships, and new systems that all lead from the emerging future.
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Book Review: Leading from the Emerging Future. Leadership , Transformation. By Patrick McNamara. Published in Spring Summer Comments 0. The successful intervention of Wall Street banks after to prevent effective banking regulation and the collapse of the global climate talks in Copenhagen at the end of are prime examples of the systemic failure of capitalism in its present form to deal with the major challenges of our time. The main shortcomings of conventional economic theory can be summarized in two words: externalities and consciousness.
Economic externalities - the costs of economic activity - have been discussed at length by policy-makers and researchers. They have been dealt with, at least in part, through successive attempts to regulate and incentivize corporate behavior in order to reduce pollution and the exploitation of human beings - small first steps, though much remains to be done.
By contrast, consciousness is completely ignored, not even registering as a legitimate category in economic thought. Why is it so important?
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The current capitalist economy is fundamentally ego-centered: it is structured to satisfy my wants as an individual and to privatize or even atomize decision-making. Most attempts to deal with this problem like corporate social responsibility do so by extending the awareness of consumers and producers beyond themselves to take in the welfare of other stakeholders. But this process is inadequate to deal with the size and complexity of the crises that we face.
Otherwise, there is a danger that these externalities will be mitigated while the consciousness that creates them is left untouched, allowing the same costs and inefficiencies to re-appear in a different guise. Therefore, the economic imperatives of our time call for an evolution of our consciousness from an ego-based system to an eco-based system, from one state of awareness to another.
How can we construct pioneering pathways into a co-creative, eco-system economy? The shift from ego- to eco-system awareness requires a journey that involves walking in the shoes of other stakeholders, and fine-tuning the instruments through which consciousness is created: namely an open mind, an open heart, and an open will. An open mind represents the capacity to see the world with fresh eyes and to suspend old habits of thought. An open heart means the capacity to empathize, to see any situation through the eyes of someone else. Moving the economic system to an eco-centered model is impossible without this shift in consciousness, but on its own it will not be enough.
Individual inversion means opening up our thinking, feeling, and will so that we can act as instruments for the future that already wants to emerge. Relational inversion means opening up our communicative capacities, and shifting from a focus on conformity and defensiveness to generative dialogue, so that groups can enter a space of thinking together, of collective creativity and flow.
Institutional inversion means opening up traditional geometries of power that are characterized by centralized hierarchies and decentralized competition, and re-focusing institutions around co-creative stakeholder relationships in eco-systems that can generate wellbeing for all. Fostering these inversions requires new types of innovation infrastructures that can build collective leadership capacities on a massive scale. We also need new structures and technologies that enable groups to move from their habitual thinking and practices to co-create an eco-centered economy.
These infrastructures include spaces for convening stakeholders in efforts to co-initiate new systems, and also:.