TealLibrary

Of course there is already a lot of inspirational material available around viable organizations and future-proof leadership. In TealLibrary you’ll find presentations, books, videos, podcasts, and anything else that inspires, provokes, or makes you think.
If you have any suggestion for the library, please let us know at Library@TealOrganizations.org

INSPIRING PRESENTATIONS

Reinventing Organisations by Frederic Laloux is a must read book about the development of consciousness in organisations, and what is possible at each level.
Semler is the pioneer of new organisational thinking: distributed power & decisions instead of centralised power. His book ‘Maverick’ should be on your shelf.
Sir Ken Robinson brilliantly challenges the current paradigm about education.
Simon Sinek discusses a simple but powerful model for how leaders inspire action, starting with a golden circle and the question “Why?”

WAKE-UP VIDEOS

Creating a new context for leadership requires constantly challenging the status quo. And to be open to different world views to trigger your thinking. Here’s a selection that has the potential to change behaviour.

A must-see documentary that opens your eyes on the fashion chain (watch on Netflix or order at http://truecostmovie.com)
If you consider yourself a conscious leader, you need to be aware of the impact of agriculture (watch on Netflix or order at www.cowspiracy.com)
Catchy movie to think about the value of natural capital
Nature doesn’t need us, we need nature. By Conservation International.
This movie helps to understand some bigger dynamics around production, consumption, and finance.
 

FUTURE-PROOF INSPIRATIONAL LINKS

Valve Software Inc. – Handbook for New Employees
(Fantastic manual about self-managed organization)

Wiki – Reinventing Organizations
(A reference for leaders looking to upgrade specific management practices in their organization)

CSR Risk Checker
(An incredible source of global CSR risks for your international business activities)

Become a B Corporation
(Over 1,700 B Corporations use their business as a force for good)