In the last three years, Vertia’s turnover has doubled and in a fresh research by Tampere University, one of the findings was that the stress level in Vertia is significantly lower than in organisations overall in Finland and compared to the other companies researched. Vertia is a Finnish company offering quality measurements and diagnostics in the area of construction and during … Continued
In this blog Johan Mellerup Traekjaer writes about how our brains work when faced with uncertainty and how we can use the uncertainty in service of development. Johan’s primary interest is the interplay between human consciousness, biological systems and physics, and in this blog he shares some of his knowledge about stress management in relation … Continued
As our work revolves around growing the capacity of transforming, conscious leadership beyond of what we’ve seen in organisations historically, taking a stance in actively responding to the climate crisis cannot be left outside of our attention. Much of the transforming leadership capacity boils down to being able to keep several perspectives in our attention … Continued
In this blog Maria Lehto writes about the Power of Three, a programme created and facilitated by Amara. Maria went on to interview two participants of the process, with aim to understand what kind of transformation was initiated in them, both on individual and organisational level. We are just about to finish our first round … Continued
Domingo Chabalgoity is an advisor in IT and management with four decades of experience, as well a GLP practitioner and eager student of Action Inquiry. During the past years of his career he has shifted his purpose to focus on helping individuals and organizations in transforming their journeys. This article has been written in aim of taking one more … Continued
In this blog Annette Hennessy reflects on how valuable holding a space, to think, to reflect, and to see what emerges is part of transformational leadership. And how do you do that for yourself and others?