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By Frederic Laloux and originally published at reinventingorganizations.com

This is the fourth in a series exploring what Wholeness looks like in the work place. The other videos in the series can be found here.


The nature of power hierarchies is that all eyes are on the most senior person in the room, when it comes to wholeness.

If that’s you, it means that your colleagues will most likely see how far you go in dropping the mask before they take the risk to follow suit. Your role modelling is critical; there is no way around it.

Well wonderful, you get to live in wholeness before everyone else!

​But what does role modelling wholeness mean in practice? The way I think about it could be summarized like this: “lead and don’t react”.

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