We held our first Curiosity Lab on ‘Curiosity & Vulnerability’, viewing Brene Brown’s ‘The Power of Vulnerability’, and then launching into a fascinating discussion, with some marvelous attendees. Brene Brown’s talk, which is truly worth a watch is, at heart, about the life affirming and revivifying benefits of living vulnerably. She clarifies that this takes courage, […]
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Because curiosity requires and creates vulnerability, it requires bravery and courage. Bravery and courage are the attributes of warriors. So, to remain steadfastly curious, you need to be a warrior.
Muscle spasms and ‘splinting’ are a useful metaphor for emotional and organisational freezing.
How trauma and pain can lead to emotional and organisational ‘freezing’, and the agravating cycles that can easily develop as a result.
Translibrium: ‘Trans’ comes from the Greek ‘across’, and ‘librium’ is from the Greek ‘libra’ which connotes both balance (equilibrium) and freedom (‘libre’, liberty). ‘Translibrium’ emphasizes a perpetual path of transformation, in response to a basic milieu of emergence and feedback, requiring novel strategies frequently characterised by an increase in complexity.
I sketched this diagram – depicting ‘Walls’ & ‘Gateways’ in transformative change situations – while in a workshop on Human-Centred Design.
A snapshot of a brainstorm towards developing a methodology to treat cultural obstacles to strategic plans.