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Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains
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Integrating Organizational Right & Left Brains

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Change—especially rapid change …

Change—especially rapid change
—requires deep alignment of mission,
planning and implementation. So recognizing discord in our individual right and left brains can be instrumental. Most critical, however, is fully understanding our
team’s differing points of view so we can
generate common language and agreements for action.

Without this fundamental clarity up front, many planning, monitoring and evaluation methods will be
ineffective because of single-minded ideals, hidden agendas and subtle sabotage.

Before we get started on the integration
exercise to follow, let’s look a bit
more at basic neuroscience to appreciate
both halves of the same whole and to see
where you fit in as far as appreciating your left and right brains.

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    • 1.
      • Missi ONE
      • Integrating Non-Profit
      • Right & Left Brains
      • Peter S. Crosby
      • AllTogetherNow.com
    • 2.  LEFT RIGHT  Brain Damage…?
    • 3.  
    • 4. Musicality
    • 5.  
    • 6. Divide…?
      • “ What did the right hemisphere say to the left hemisphere when they could not agree on anything?”
      “ Let’s split!”
    • 7. Right  Left Duality …
      • Examples:
      • Yin  Yang
      • Female  Male
      • Heaven  Earth
      • Spiritual  Materialistic
      • Nonprofit  For-profit
      • Left / Blue  Right / Red
      ©PeterSCrosby
    • 8. Problems with Duality…
      • Confusion
      • Indecision
      • Mistrust
      • Conflicts
      • Culture Clashes
      ©PeterSCrosby
      • Cognitive Dissonance
    • 9. Cognitive Dissonance...
    • 10. Cognitive D i S s O n a n c E ...
    • 11. Non-Profit RIGHT Brain…
      • M eaning
      • I nsight
      • S atisfaction
      • S upport
      • I ntegrity
      • O wnership
      • N ow
      ©PeterSCrosby
    • 12. Non-Profit LEFT Brain…
      • M arket
      • I ntelligence
      • S trategy
      • S ustainabilty
      • I nfo & Communications Technology
      • O perations
      • N umbers
      ©PeterSCrosby
    • 13. Separate But Equal…?
    • 14. Do we have Choice…?
    • 15. Context Matters… Clip?
    • 16. Non-Profit Brains…
      • M eaning  M arket
      • I nsight  I ntelligence
      • S atisfaction  S trategy
      • S upport  S ustainability
      • I ntegrity  I nfo&Comm Tech
      • O wnership  O perations
      • N ow  N umbers
      ©PeterSCrosby
    • 17. Integration Map….?
    • 18. Missi ONE Context…
      • Non Duality => UNITY = Mobius Strip
      • Perspectives / POVs differ
      • Individual Values Focus
      • OK to Disagree… openly!
      • Agreement on Group Principles
      • Mission Alignment
      ©PeterSCrosby
    • 19. Non-Profit Brains…
      • Meaning :
      • Why am I here?
      • What contribution can we make?
      • Purpose / Intentions
      • Mission
      • Whose POV?
      • Needs/Wants
      • Value Proposition
      • Who pays?
       Market: ©PeterSCrosby
    • 20. Non-Profit Brains…
      • Insight :
      • Seeing into the future
      • Understand inner nature of things
      • Intuition
      • Skilled reasoning
      • Espionage Info
      • Research
       Intelligence : ©PeterSCrosby
    • 21. Non-Profit Brains…
      • Satisfaction:
      • Growth
      • Making a Difference
      • Peace of Mind
      • Mission Alignment
      • Core Competency
      • Saying NO / Focus
      • Butterfly Funding
       Strategy : ©PeterSCrosby
    • 22. Non-Profit Brains…
      • Support:
      • Funding
      • Advocacy
      • Assistance
      • Compassion
      • Long-term
      • Opportunistic
      • Blended Value $
      • Who buys?
       Sustainabilty: ©PeterSCrosby
    • 23. Non-Profit Brains…
      • Integrity:
      • Walk our Talk
      • Transparency
      • Unity
      • Data
      • Feedback
      • Ass-umptions
      • Fact-based decisions
       Info & CommTech : ©PeterSCrosby
    • 24. Non-Profit Brains…
      • Ownership:
      • Input
      • Voice
      • Recognition
      • Time & space
      • Happens or Not
      • Performance
      • Accountability
       Operations : ©PeterSCrosby
    • 25. Non-Profit Brains…
      • Now :
      • Responsive
      • Spontaneous
      • Able to Change
      • Last Minute?
      • Projections
      • Cost/Benefit
      • Risk Analysis
      • Reporting
       Numbers : ©PeterSCrosby
    • 26. Meaning Insight Satisfaction Support Integrity Ownership Now Market Intelligence Strategy Sustain-able I&C Tech Operations Numbers TWO Brains…?
    • 27. Or ONE…?
    • 28. Missi ONE Perspective…
      • ONE ness: quality of not being divided
      • Point of Views differ & Values may not
      • Different sides of the same brain
      • Principles Agreement vs. Consensus
      • Creating Unity  Leadership
      • Mission Alignment
      • Regular Reviews
      • Get Real !!!
      ©PeterSCrosby
    • 29. Non-Profit  Middle  Brain…
      • M eaning  M arket
      • I nsight  I ntelligence
      • S atisfaction  S trategy
      • S upport  S ustainability
      • I ntegrity  I nfo&Comm Tech
      • O wnership  O perations
      • N ow  N umbers
      ©PeterSCrosby
    • 30. To start 10 timer: Slide Show menu, View Show . Integration Words….
    • 31. Missi ONE Integration Words….
      • M 
      • I 
      • S 
      • S 
      • I 
      • O 
      • N 
      ©PeterSCrosby
    • 32. Meaning Insight Satisfaction Support Integrity Ownership Now Market Intelligence Strategy Sustain-able I&C Tech Operations Numbers ©PeterSCrosby
    • 33. Missi ONE Practices…
      • Think ‘Editing’ Process:
        • Envison = R; Research = L; Draft = R; Edit = L
      • Your Deliberate Agreement Cycles
      • Documented Business Reviews
      • Balanced Scorecards
      • Resolutionary Work
      • Get Real !!!
      ©PeterSCrosby
    • 34.  
    • 35.  
    • 36.  
    • 37. Missi ONE Principles…
      • Honesty : walking the talk equals integrity
      • Listening : hearing to understand what isn't said
      • Empathy : honoring concerns with compassion
      • Fairness : winning isn’t everything, balanced POV
      • Conflict Tolerance : remaining grounded in storm
      • Intelligence : knowledge of team, market & team
      • Experience : knowing what works & trying the new
      • Faith : trust that the situation will be resolved
      • Document: clarify the agreements
    • 38. Mission Alignment
    • 39. Resources…
      • Balanced Scorecard:
      • www.BalancedScorecard.org
      • 2. Blended Value Capital:
      • www.BlendedValue.org
      • 3. Social Enterprise Integration:
      • www.VirtueVentures.com
      • Agreement Methods:
      • www.ResolutionWorks.org
      • 5. One-ness:
      • www.One.org
    • 40. Fun Right-Left Brain Tests…
      • http://web.tickle.com/tests/brain/?sid=2005&supp=search_brain&test=brainogt
      • http://similarminds.com/cgi-bin/brain.pl
      • http://brain.web-us.com/brain/braindominance.htm
      • http://www.blogthings.com/rightorleftbrainedquiz/
    • 41.
      • Peter S. Crosby
      • AllTogetherNow.com
      • New York, NY
      • [email_address]
      • cel: 650.533.3313

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