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ebbfspirit keynote: moving to teal - by maggie lu natasha naderi miller


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An introduction to how organizations can and should move to the higher status and impact of Teal as described in Laloux Reinventing Organizations book.
In this presentation both the keynote by Maggie Lu and the subsequent interactive learnshop materials (by Maggie Lu and Natasha Naderi) are offered.

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ebbfspirit keynote: moving to teal - by maggie lu natasha naderi miller

  1. 1. how can ethical business build the future transitioning towards the spiritual enterprise? Keynotes October 12th – 15th 2017 , Bucharest KEYNOTE & LEARNSHOP 
 Moving to Teal 
 Maggie Lu and Natasha Naderi Miller ethical business building the future #ebbfspirit@
  2. 2. Recover the Soul of Enterprises Maggie Lu EBBF, Romania 24.09.2017
  3. 3. Principle # 1 • All people are connected and are part of oneness
  4. 4. Principle # 2 • All people are connected and are part of oneness • It is human nature to grow and to contribute
  5. 5. Thank You !
  6. 6. From Mind to Spirit Learnshop
 Moving into Teal By Maggie Lu & Natasha Naderi
  7. 7. Learnshop Agenda 1. Introduction & Welcome 2. Coming of Age of Humanity • Meaning for Organizations • Co-Creating Teal Practices 3. Closing Reflections
  8. 8. This Day in Age This Day represents the “coming of age of humanity of the entire human race.” – Shoghi Effendi “The excellence of this Day is immensely exalted above the comprehension of men, however extensive their knowledge, however profound their understanding.” – Baha’u’llah “Peerless is this Day, for it is as they eye to past ages and centuries and as light unto the darkness of the times...” – Bah’au’llah
  9. 9. “Far from signalizing the end of civilization, the convulsive changes towards which humanity is being ever more rapidly impelled will serve to release the "potentialities inherent in the station of man" and reveal "the full measure of his destiny on earth, the innate excellence of his reality". - Promise of World Peace, Statement by Universal House of Justice, governing body of Baha’i Faith
  10. 10. Evolving Organizations into an Age of Maturity Childhood Adolescence Adulthood Mindset Social Contract Power & Leadership Tangible Practices Adult - Child Adult – Child Adult – Adolescent Adult - Adult Adult - Adult World is fragile & unpredictable. I must submit to those who are more powerful than me, in hopes that they will take care of me TEALGREENORANGERED AMBER Past 5,000 years Past 100 years Tell – Command - Obey Policies = Minimal rules. Do as boss decides Structure = Rigid control at the top Compensation = Wage Some children can have potential to grow and become strong, some do not. Motivate, incentivize, develop, align the children. The ones who develop into adults are promoted. Tell – Motivate - Develop Policies = Compliance Structure = Layers of Management Compensation = Wages + Incentives & Rewards All are mature, equal potential contributors. Share - Do - Contribute Policies = Community Agreements Structure = Empowered Teams Compensation = Linked to Value Creation
  11. 11. How does one develop a mature ‘teal’ organization? Traditional Organization Bosses: • Align all to organizational goals and values • Develop talent • Gives them feedback • Solve problems and make decisions • Shares information • Coordinates across departments • Motivate Teal Organization Ecosystem Enables Everyone to: • Align to common goals and purpose, and values • Develop • Give & receive feedback • Problem solve & make decisions • Share information • Coordinate activities across departments • Be motivated
  12. 12. Imagine the Practices • Divide into 4-5 groups • Each group takes one teal practice • Read handout and discuss: what does this practice look like in ‘teal’ - an age of spiritual maturity? • Draw a picture that captures this image • Share with the group
  13. 13. Closing Reflections