A deep discussion about the learnings of Richard Bartlett and Nati Lombardo from The Hum. A inspiring couple that helps organizations to become more decentralized in terms of power, care and so much more. They’re both part of the online decision making platform Loomio and the outstanding next stage org Enspiral.
In our nice and cozy chat we explored the importance of relationships for organizations, remote work best practices, a very smart stewartship process and how the own humbleness gives space to others.
Enspiral is a network of about 200 people, supporting each other to do more meaningful work. We’ve recently published Better Work Together, a book sharing lessons from 10 years of experimenting with self-management, shared ownership and decentralized governance.
Loomio is a digital platform for deliberation and decision-making used by next stage organizations the world over.
Nati Lombardo is a member of the Enspiral network and the Loomio co-op. She’s a cofounder of The Hum. She helps groups to cultivate a collaborative culture through values-driven behavior change. Her focus is the “self” in “self-organizing”: the beliefs, attitudes and behaviors each of us brings into any collective endeavor.
Richard Bartlett is a member of Enspiral and co-founder of Loomio and The Hum. He loves co-ownership, self-management, collaborative governance, and other ways of sneaking anarchism into respectable places. He writes at richdecibels.com
Everytime I let go my colleagues celebrated me.
It’s one hundred percent about the relationships!
Have the conversation we can’t have.
We see that people creaete the most complicated structures to not talk about the difficult stuff.
Making peace with complexity and uncertainty.
Don’t go alone!
If we all learn how to do it in our own best ways, we can all contribute!
If the others give me the space, I will learn it.
Building the culture were its ok to name the things that seams not to be ok.
For me it is all about realtionships.
Have the conversation that you think you can’t have.