Third Way Leadership

Simons, Nina
March 2011
Sacred Fire;2011, Issue 14, p24
An essay is presented on the propagation of collective change with solutions inspired by nature. She notes that the nature shows that a circle can connect and cover more directly without causing harm. She says that the work of Birute Regine reveals a pathway for acceptance all of relational intelligences for associating ways of being. She adds that human organizations are complex systems that are improved through a change in focus of complexity science demands toward the world of relationships.


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