tools & practices for high trust cultures
Shadow hierarchies, conflict avoidance, unclear roles, decision paralysis, toxic power games …
The blindspots of decentralised organisations
are still impacting many teams today
How to take the best (& leave the rest)
of both centralised and decentralised models ?
How to restore trust and develop organisations that are both value-aligned AND impactful at scale
The Androgynous Organisation
At individual level, Androgynous leadership is the
capacity to dance between leadership and followership,
depending of the context.
At collective level, Androgynous organisations
have the capacity to switch between both centralised [▲] & decentralised [o] functions.
With the Collective Inner Compass, we can track the health of your culture to maintain high levels of value alignment, the key for long term resilience.
The other key for high trust cultures & androgynous organisations is to develop collective
shadow work capacities.
Week 1 : culture scan (asynchronous)
Week 2 : blindspot workshop (1h30)
Week 3 : future roadmap (async)
[ online or offline ]
This approach has been developed over 10 years of exploring pioneering decentralised organisations:
- Decentralised Networks & DAOs
(Ouishare, Civic Innovation Network, Regens Unite, Greaterthan)
- Impact start-ups (Open Collective, Tough Cookie, Phusis)
- (Digital) Monasteries (Plum Village, Moos, Life Itself)
- Third spaces & eco-villages
(Himalayan Farm Project, Arbre Qui Pousse, Communa)
- Activist movements (Gilets Jaunes, XR, Fridays For Future)
- Music & art collectives (Lowtape, Disc0punk Experiments)
working with decentralised & impact organisations for the last 10 years.
Loves interacting with people and code. On a mission to build resilient communities.
Into triggering collective intelligence for resilience and regeneration.
Founder of Impactopia
" Timothée is a ninja facilitator with
a unique capacity to clarify complexity and create safe & brave learning environments. Don't miss a chance to raise your resilience with him !"
& Ex Google