Author Archives: Guest Contribution

Future Considerations adopts Holacracy

Fresh from a 2 day training workshop with the lovely Nick & Sally from Evolving Organisations, we’re delighted to announce that Future Considerations has adopted Holacracy. We’ve always been committed to discovering the models of leadership and organisation that are … Continue reading

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Are Teal Organizations naturally sustainable?

During our research earlier this year, we identified two key drivers that limit the progression of organisations to address the global sustainability challenges. A lack of a clear definition of what sustainability means and a strategic approach. And a predominant … Continue reading

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Mindful Nation UK Report

“Today is a turning point for the global view of the value of Mindfulness in our modern lives.” After a year of intensive research by a committed group of mindfulness practitioners, teachers, leaders and policy makers, the final report from … Continue reading

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Could Teal be the new Green?

It is old news: the planet is in crisis. The signs and warnings can be ignored, but the consequences are increasingly unavoidable. The media, though it may dance between the arguments of climate change affirmers and deniers, nonetheless presents a … Continue reading

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A Unique combination of Oshry Systemic Frameworks and Mindfulness

An opportunity to both practice mindfulness as well as to enter into an unusually powerful learning experience about our organisations’ dynamics (Oshry) is a rare experience – in fact it might well be unique. The ‘Resilient Leadership for Turbulent Times’ … Continue reading

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The gift of Mindfulness

I was overwhelmed by the simplicity and at the same time the emotional impact of this approach: rather than delving into my habitual “enthusiastic workshop attendee and competent coach persona” I felt stripped of any such social and narrative constructs. … Continue reading

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