What is the locus of change?

Dave Snowden

A storm could well pluck you of the soil if you are not well rooted or force you to bend to the wind, a habit that can be permanently crippling. Well, there is a clue in the basic complexity principle that connections matter more than things.

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What Improvisation Can Teach Social Change Leaders

Beth Kanter

This post follows yesterday’s post about networked leadership skills. He lead us on a series of improvisation exercises designed to teach important skills for networked leaders: empathy, awareness, celebrating failure, being open to change and more. It can help apply improv to our work in social change by practicing what it means to have a networked mindset. The Improviser Mindset knows how to take risks, react, co-create, and navigate a complex world.