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Leadermorphosis is a podcast exploring the emerging world of self-management and progressive organisations. Hosted by Lisa Gill, each episode features a guest thought leader or practitioner offering a unique perspective on new and innovative ways of working. Leadermorphosis is powered by Tuff Leadership Training, a team of consultants and coaches who train managers in a style of leadership that produces motivated, responsible employees and self-reliant teams.

Latest Episodes

Miki Kashtan on the three shifts needed for self-managing organisations to thrive

Miki Kashtan is an author, international teacher and practitioner of Nonviolent Communication. In this conversation we talk about the three different places shifts need to occur in order for a self-managing human system to thrive. She also shares the five core systems we need to redesign in our organisations as well as the mindset shifts and dialogue skills we need to develop in order to collaborate on a deeper, more purposeful level.

47 MIN5 days ago
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Miki Kashtan on the three shifts needed for self-managing organisations to thrive

Manuel Küblböck on models for self-organisation at Gini

Manuel Küblböck is an org design and transformation coach at German fintech company Gini. We talk about the models Gini has developed for self-organisation and how they have defined together terms like power, hierarchy, and autonomy. He also shares challenges like how to foster leadership in a self-organising company, how to make decisions effectively together and how to develop healthy relationships within the team.

43 MIN2 weeks ago
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Manuel Küblböck on models for self-organisation at Gini

Alanna Irving on leadership, decisions and money in bossless organisations

Alanna Irving is a facilitator, entrepreneur and community builder and is the Executive Director of Open Source Collective. We talk about her chapter in the new book Better Work Together about growing distributed leadership, working together in bossless organisations, collaborating with money and her own journey, including how to run Agile Scrum on your personal relationship.

54 MINJUL 26
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Alanna Irving on leadership, decisions and money in bossless organisations

Edwin Jansen on how people adopt self-management at Fitzii

Edwin Jansen is Head of Marketing at Fitzii, a recruitment company based in Canada. We talk about the three stages of self-management adoption he’s noticed (Head, Heart, Habit) and why it’s so challenging for us human beings in the “messy middle” stage. Edwin also shares some practices that Fitzii has developed around “radical responsibility”, such as feedback, teal onboarding, and the Role Advice Process, as well as his own personal journey of transformation as a former manager.

54 MINJUL 12
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Edwin Jansen on how people adopt self-management at Fitzii

Margaret Wheatley on leadership and Warriors for the Human Spirit

Margaret Wheatley is an author known for bringing lenses like anthropology and quantum science to the fields of leadership and organisational design. In this thoughtful conversation, she challenges the idea of large-scale change in favour of creating “islands of sanity” and doing meaningful work in a local context. She talks about restoring leadership as a noble profession, her take on the growing number of self-managing organisations today, and how we can train as “Warriors for the Human Spirit.”

51 MINAPR 7
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Margaret Wheatley on leadership and Warriors for the Human Spirit

Brian Robertson on Holacracy and self-managing organisations (Part 2)

In Part 2 of this conversation with Brian Robertson, Brian answers listeners’ questions from Twitter. Why does the Holacracy framework appear so rigid when other self-managing systems are more organic and flexible? What happened with Holacracy at Medium and Zappos? What’s the difference between Holacracy and Sociocracy? Why isn’t Holacracy totally open source?

46 MINMAR 27
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Brian Robertson on Holacracy and self-managing organisations (Part 2)

Brian Roberston on Holacracy and self-managing organisations (Part 1)

Brian Roberston is the pioneer of Holacracy, a customisable self-management system used by over 1,000 organisations around the world. In Part 1 of this conversation, we talk about some misconceptions about Holacracy, complementary practices to Holacracy like Nonviolent Communication and Authentic Relating, and about Brian’s personal journey to achieving his purpose of changing how people relate to power.

58 MINMAR 26
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Brian Roberston on Holacracy and self-managing organisations (Part 1)

Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz on acting your way into a new kind of organising with Liberating Structures

Henri Lipmanowicz and Keith McCandless are the authors of “The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures”. We talk about how Liberating Structures can help you “act your way into a totally new way of organising”, for example, reinventing how we do strategy. Henri and Keith share the fundamental principles of Liberating Structures and examples of powerful transformations, in organisations and schools, catalysed by simply having different kinds of conversations.

52 MINMAR 10
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Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz on acting your way into a new kind of organising with Liberating Structures

Aaron Dignan on being complexity conscious and people positive

Aaron Dignan, founder of global organisational transformation and coaching practice The Ready, talks about his new book “Brave New Work”. We explore how organisations can reinvent themselves and upgrade their “OS”, not through top-down change, but through principles-based experiments from the edges in.

47 MINMAR 6
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Aaron Dignan on being complexity conscious and people positive

Tom van der Lubbe on salaries and purpose in self-managing organisations

Tom van der Lubbe, the co-founder of a small, Dutch mortgage advice company called Viisi, had an existential crisis at a young age and has been conscious of doing purposeful work ever since. We talk about the science of motivation and management and how Viisi has developed a simple but powerful approach to salaries, as well as Holacracy and how to create an honest feedback culture where the responsibility sits with teams and individuals, not managers.

58 MINFEB 24
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Tom van der Lubbe on salaries and purpose in self-managing organisations

Latest Episodes

Miki Kashtan on the three shifts needed for self-managing organisations to thrive

Miki Kashtan is an author, international teacher and practitioner of Nonviolent Communication. In this conversation we talk about the three different places shifts need to occur in order for a self-managing human system to thrive. She also shares the five core systems we need to redesign in our organisations as well as the mindset shifts and dialogue skills we need to develop in order to collaborate on a deeper, more purposeful level.

47 MIN5 days ago
Comments
Miki Kashtan on the three shifts needed for self-managing organisations to thrive

Manuel Küblböck on models for self-organisation at Gini

Manuel Küblböck is an org design and transformation coach at German fintech company Gini. We talk about the models Gini has developed for self-organisation and how they have defined together terms like power, hierarchy, and autonomy. He also shares challenges like how to foster leadership in a self-organising company, how to make decisions effectively together and how to develop healthy relationships within the team.

43 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Manuel Küblböck on models for self-organisation at Gini

Alanna Irving on leadership, decisions and money in bossless organisations

Alanna Irving is a facilitator, entrepreneur and community builder and is the Executive Director of Open Source Collective. We talk about her chapter in the new book Better Work Together about growing distributed leadership, working together in bossless organisations, collaborating with money and her own journey, including how to run Agile Scrum on your personal relationship.

54 MINJUL 26
Comments
Alanna Irving on leadership, decisions and money in bossless organisations

Edwin Jansen on how people adopt self-management at Fitzii

Edwin Jansen is Head of Marketing at Fitzii, a recruitment company based in Canada. We talk about the three stages of self-management adoption he’s noticed (Head, Heart, Habit) and why it’s so challenging for us human beings in the “messy middle” stage. Edwin also shares some practices that Fitzii has developed around “radical responsibility”, such as feedback, teal onboarding, and the Role Advice Process, as well as his own personal journey of transformation as a former manager.

54 MINJUL 12
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Edwin Jansen on how people adopt self-management at Fitzii

Margaret Wheatley on leadership and Warriors for the Human Spirit

Margaret Wheatley is an author known for bringing lenses like anthropology and quantum science to the fields of leadership and organisational design. In this thoughtful conversation, she challenges the idea of large-scale change in favour of creating “islands of sanity” and doing meaningful work in a local context. She talks about restoring leadership as a noble profession, her take on the growing number of self-managing organisations today, and how we can train as “Warriors for the Human Spirit.”

51 MINAPR 7
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Margaret Wheatley on leadership and Warriors for the Human Spirit

Brian Robertson on Holacracy and self-managing organisations (Part 2)

In Part 2 of this conversation with Brian Robertson, Brian answers listeners’ questions from Twitter. Why does the Holacracy framework appear so rigid when other self-managing systems are more organic and flexible? What happened with Holacracy at Medium and Zappos? What’s the difference between Holacracy and Sociocracy? Why isn’t Holacracy totally open source?

46 MINMAR 27
Comments
Brian Robertson on Holacracy and self-managing organisations (Part 2)

Brian Roberston on Holacracy and self-managing organisations (Part 1)

Brian Roberston is the pioneer of Holacracy, a customisable self-management system used by over 1,000 organisations around the world. In Part 1 of this conversation, we talk about some misconceptions about Holacracy, complementary practices to Holacracy like Nonviolent Communication and Authentic Relating, and about Brian’s personal journey to achieving his purpose of changing how people relate to power.

58 MINMAR 26
Comments
Brian Roberston on Holacracy and self-managing organisations (Part 1)

Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz on acting your way into a new kind of organising with Liberating Structures

Henri Lipmanowicz and Keith McCandless are the authors of “The Surprising Power of Liberating Structures”. We talk about how Liberating Structures can help you “act your way into a totally new way of organising”, for example, reinventing how we do strategy. Henri and Keith share the fundamental principles of Liberating Structures and examples of powerful transformations, in organisations and schools, catalysed by simply having different kinds of conversations.

52 MINMAR 10
Comments
Keith McCandless and Henri Lipmanowicz on acting your way into a new kind of organising with Liberating Structures

Aaron Dignan on being complexity conscious and people positive

Aaron Dignan, founder of global organisational transformation and coaching practice The Ready, talks about his new book “Brave New Work”. We explore how organisations can reinvent themselves and upgrade their “OS”, not through top-down change, but through principles-based experiments from the edges in.

47 MINMAR 6
Comments
Aaron Dignan on being complexity conscious and people positive

Tom van der Lubbe on salaries and purpose in self-managing organisations

Tom van der Lubbe, the co-founder of a small, Dutch mortgage advice company called Viisi, had an existential crisis at a young age and has been conscious of doing purposeful work ever since. We talk about the science of motivation and management and how Viisi has developed a simple but powerful approach to salaries, as well as Holacracy and how to create an honest feedback culture where the responsibility sits with teams and individuals, not managers.

58 MINFEB 24
Comments
Tom van der Lubbe on salaries and purpose in self-managing organisations