Author Archives: Martin Kalungu-Banda

Uncovering the Grammar of the Social Field

“If you are interested in the invisible dimension of leading profound social change — and in a blend of action science and consciousness to illuminate that blind spot – then read on…” This was Otto Scharmer’s invitation on his Huffington Post … Continue reading

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Sharing the credit

How can we keep goodwill flowing in our direction all the time? How do we ensure that people around us are always willing to cooperate with us? It is 50 years to the day, that Nelson Mandela was convicted in … Continue reading

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Leading like Madiba: Leadership lessons from Nelson Mandela

As I recovered from the numbness that came with learning about the passing-on of Nelson Mandela, I thought of sharing an article (below) I wrote, some time ago on this extraordinary person’s leadership.

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Book Review, “Leading from the Emerging Future: From Ego-System to Eco-System Economies”

I have just finished reading the new book Leading from the Emerging Future: From Ego-System to Eco-System Economies by Otto Scharmer and Katrin Kuafer and the authors have blown me away by how they have presented – with utter simplicity and … Continue reading

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An Experience of ‘How to Sharpen the Sword’

What does it take to improve on something that has been dubbed ‘wonderful’, ‘great’ and amazing’? How can a consulting organisation, in service of its client, keep pushing the frontiers of performance and excellence to higher and higher levels when … Continue reading

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