ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

We advise and guide leaders to develop their organisation to progress up the seven stages of organisational consciousness.  This enables the organisation to authentically integrate the triple bottom line (profit, people and planet) into every system, process and procedure.


Most organisations in our society have the collective consciousness of the ‘orange’  stage of development and have been designed to operate like machines.  To thrive in the increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world, organisations now need to develop their consciousness to a higher level so they can adapt like living organisms or even entire ecosystems.  

By raising their collective consciousness, organisations will be better able to authentically deliver the triple bottom line and create a more sustainable society.

 

 

(* The combination of Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory and Spiral Dynamics created by Don Beck and Christopher Cowen.  Both of these models draw on many other theories of consciousness development.  This categorisation of organizational development was used by Frederick Laloux in his book Reinventing Organisations.)

 

Organisations are only able to raise their collective consciousness if the most influential leaders are already leading from a high level of individual consciousness.  When an organisation is operating at a high level of development it then raises the personal consciousness of its employees.  It becomes a virtual spiral.

We advise and support leaders in how they can raise the collective consciousness of their organisation.  We also facilitate strategy meetings with leadership teams to explore opportunities that can be gained from their organisation’s next stage of development.

Contact us to chat with one of our consultants about developing the collective consciousness of your organisation.

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