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When the structures and processes of "going Teal" aren't working, perhaps it's because the people haven't yet developed these 4 core capacities for functioning well, for thriving, in them.
Slowing down, inquiring, and sharing knowledge are keys to the connectivity, clarity, energy and actions-that-benefit-all, in a next-stage society.
The Integral/Teal worldview has many characteristics not found earlier, most notably the ability to use diversity for a purpose, through a natural hierarchy of relevance and usefulness.
New ways of distributing power in natural vs dominator hierarchies, expanded scope of concern, and emergence and evaluation for workability are hallmarks of shifting into next-stage Teal organizations.
Getting stuck in feelings, equality, harmony, sustainability, relative truths, and absolutely no hierarchy, can lead to lack of power and focus to remedy social ills with both-and instead of either-or.