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The taproot of wise democracy

“Co-intelligence is the capacity to call forth the wisdom and resources of the whole and its members to enhance the longterm vitality …

#OWS => New forms of Nonviolence and Leadership emerging??

Something remarkable has been going on out there – especially at UC Davis. I have a hard time figuring out how to articulate it. I haven’t yet seen anyone talk about quite what I’m seeing, so I’ll give it a try. Here’s what it looks like to me: No…

Are We the Ones?

It is a new year, a new chance to reflect on our role in the world and how what’s going on in the world shapes our lives. I’ve been thinking about the popular saying — “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.” We heard it a lot during the Obama c…

“Consistent Contributors” catalyze group cooperation

Below are excerpts from “Consistent Contributors: Putting the team first helps solve the ‘cooperation problem'” http://www.dailygood.org/more.php?n=4257 BASED ON THE RESEARCH OF MARK WEBER AND J. KEITH MURNIGHAN All groups need cooperation to surv…

Can we integrate Systems Thinking for social transformation?

There are many diverse approaches to systems thinking and, among them, many systemic approaches to furthering healthy changes in society. Within this category we can include such diverse resources as (just for example): A. Donella Meadows’ Twelve …