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A team dialogue about resilience and well-being

COVID-19 has been forcing many of us to work from home, telecommute and isolate for almost a full year now. This is a great challenge for many employees.
connect & engage

Is the lack of contact comparable to smoking 15 cigarettes a day?

If there is anything that the lockdown situation has taught us in our professional environment it is that we need each other as people, as colleagues incredibly badly.

Co-creation meetings

‘Effective and efficient work and role meetings’

Sociocracy ... a form of dynamic governance

Holacracy or sociocracy? Consensus or consent? Rings or circles?
High Performance organisatie

How do you build a High performance organisation?

How do you build an organisation that will perform excellently today and continue to sustainably perform?
Shared leadership

Leadership 2020 2.0

A glossary for a new decade, for sustainable and shared leadership
Sociocracy 3.0

Everyone equal in our company. Is that possible?

Sociocracy (abbreviated to S3) is a work philosophy for effectively and efficiently shaping and leading organisati
workshop in Agile/SCRUM training

Agile/SCRUM: learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow

“The important thing is not to stop questioning.”
FPO roadmap

“Success doesn’t just happen. It’s planned for”

Stanwick’s roadmap for successful organisational development
consent decision making

"Good enough for now, safe enough to try?"

“In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is

Employees make choices. Take care that their choice supports the organisation.

Ever met an employee who doesn’t care what he does and why he works every day?
Spanningen in je team? … Goed zo! Stanwick

Tensions within your team? … Great!

Tensions within your team are often perceived as negative, and everyone has his own way of dealing with them: some would rather ignore them, and certainly don't want to name them, while others just
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