Which capacities needed for self-management and wholeness are easily developed and supported by practices of authentic self-care?
What does "wholeness" really mean as a breakthrough into a next stage of consciousness in organizations? These reflections serve as a guide for change.
Which capacities build personal and organizational resilience and also successful embodiment of next-stage consciousness?
What do we next-stage-consciousness organizational innovators know about resilience in constant change that we can help humanity learn these days?
Are educational and developmental techniques that support citizens to take control of their health and wellbeing the same approaches that support staff to take control and manage their own work?
How is the worldwide "longing for more meaningful, soulful organizational life" showing up in China? Weidong Lu inspires us with the many indications Chinese people are reinventing organizations.
Self-management inspired by Buurtzorg is proving effective by many measures, in the UK's National Health Service as well as several local health and care centers.
Health and Care Systems are transformed by self-management using listening skills and community involvement.