Here you’ll find a living document of stories, insights, and examples of our work as told by Converge Network members, as well as occasional writings from clients and network leaders in the field.
To cultivate a network mindset, we must engage with tension differently. Rather than problems to be solved, network mindset calls us to view tensions as ever-present polarities that co-exist, each bringing its own value to the whole.
In this post we explore how networks can create collective value propositions that effectively communicate the potential of networks — to realize a common purpose through coordinated collaboration that no member could achieve working on their own.
It is a dis-integrated time. We feel the chaos and the tension, the incongruence, in our world, in our culture, in our selves. We’ve been on a path of dis-integration for a long time, with a mantra of progress, brushing aside problems we can’t solve, people we can’t help, somatic experiences we don’t like to feel. It’s time to reverse this course, to head towards integration — the state of being whole and undivided.