The author reflects on their experience co-hosting a microsolidarity summer camp and the challenges they faced in shared leadership. They encountered a fearful and power-seeking aspect of themselves when the group dynamics shifted, leading to feelings of discomfort and uncertainty about their role in the community. The article emphasizes the importance of letting go of familiar roles, facing uncertainty with self-responsibility, and embracing the opportunity for personal growth and new, meaningful roles within the evolving community.
How to deal with interpersonal tension in community for the purpose of reconnecting? Learnings from Embodying Collective Transformation Pt.2
How can we design social containers for psychological safety and the emergence of trust? Learnings from Embodying Collective Transformation Pt.1
I share my insights and learnings from a month of intense training and community living with a focus on embodying collective transformation.
How might we experience project collaboration differently if we looked at it as a tool for cultivating relationships?
Analyzing Social Patterns Through The Lens Of A Cyclist Cycling in Vienna I have verbal and non-verbal conflict with other participants in traffic almost every day.… Weiterlesen »Analyzing Social Patterns Through The Lens Of A Cyclist
Self-Organization as a Form of Governance of Common-Pool Resources I originally wrote this article for university a view years ago. I first published it at… Weiterlesen »Self-Organization as a Form of Governance of Common-Pool Resources
Learnings from hosting a visioning workshop at the climate camp in Vienna 2 weeks ago I hosted a workshop at the climate camp in Vienna. The… Weiterlesen »Learnings from hosting a visioning workshop at the climate camp in Vienna
Key Learning’s from the Microsolidarity Gathering Last week I had the absolute privilege and pleasure to attend a gathering of changemakers, community-builders, coaches, space-holders and… Weiterlesen »Key Learning’s from the Microsolidarity Gathering