From 3D > 5D

| June 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Introducing New Practice <5D>

A radical change of

Mind-s Leadership and Execution

Why do you and we need it?

Fundamentally innovative thinking is required to tackle the many unpredictable tectonic shifts in the basic paradigms of doing business, meeting the challenges of persistent disruption – in our marketplace, technology along with and our natural resources.
The world changes faster and faster – like a hurricane it takes all, that is not bolted to the earth, including humans. We are the doers of these ourselves, and have forgotten to prepare ourselves for the consequences, which we see now, in our pattern to just follow our ego’s desires – and the notion that “man can conquer all – even nature”.
What happens now is we are trying to survive in the chaos of the hurricane, in so many areas of our lives – that it has become hard to see for each one of us what’s the purpose.
We simply don’t use our hidden tools to bring us in to the “Eye of silence” of the hurricane – to make the necessary radical changes in our self – to get prepared for the journey in the continued chaos of changes – opening us for the new world opportunities.
A distinctively different mind-set is needed to mould new principles in order to roll out game-changer management approaches designed to deal with these challenges for innovative, growth-generating and profitable ways. This involves radical new perceptions of what we can be achieve – along with how to make the changes.

What is New Practice?

New Practice consists of:
1. A new way of thinking
Rapid change along with rapid action as core assumptions • Agility and adaptability as integral capabilities
• Interruptions and glitches perceived as positive opportunities

2. New management capabilities
• Acceptance of constant change in disrupting normal conditions • Willingness to surrender the traditional “control mentality”
• Determination to pursue constant innovation in all aspects of an organisation’s activities

3. New ways of implementing innovative thinking
• Focus on shared values with clear, coordinated intentions
• Well-integrated, forward-thinking approaches to dealing with customers, employing technology, partner networking and multi-interface collaboration • Preparedness for tackling the unknown along with dealing with the unpredicted

The New Practice mind-set
New Practice is about focusing clearly with continuous intention on each particular customer’s real needs and unsatisfied requirements.
It’s about finding how to give your customers exactly what they want, and doing this in your organisation’s own distinctive way, via new kinds of harmonious, collaborative interaction, including measures such as co-creation and social production.
New Practice creates a radically new mind-set about self, what you do, how you interact with other people, with other organisations, along with the role you can play in the world of which you are a part.
This fundamentally innovative mind-set gives you an effective basis for moulding new opportunities, making the best of the huge business opportunities that open up as a result of agile ways of tackling constant, disruptive change. This benefits you, your organisation and your society.
A mind-set based on New Practice, along with a management approach that applies these ideas effectively, opens up for new kinds of experience achieving results, in which you determine the agendas – instead of trying to catch up with those set by others.

Who and where does New Practice help – showing the payoffs

Constant disruption of familiar structures, suppositions and expectations gives rise to a series of challenges at multiple levels: • Personal
• Organisation
• Society

New Practice is designed to help people tackle these directly – interlocking all levels.

Current difficulties at personal levels >

Insecurity about what’s happening
Courage, Passion and motivation
Stress
Sustainability and personal satisfaction
Frustration at lack of understanding

New Practice payoffs at personal levels >
Greater creativity and more innovative thinking

Current difficulties at organisational levels >

Disruption, insecurity and unrest
Greater coherence and shared focus, providing more with less Need for change to tackle shifts in circumstances

New Practice payoffs at organisational levels >
Greater flexibility, responsiveness and willingness to adapt in innovative ways, including collaboration and co-creation Increasingly out sync with customers and business partners
New attitudes directly responsive to customers’ real needs, priorities and preferences, and nimble enough to deal with them

Current difficulties at society levels >

Existing procedures, structures and systems increasingly challenged
Fundamentally innovative approaches to key structures and functions within society Unresolved conflicts that are often poorly understood
Sense of trust, community and belonging
Lack of vision and coherent sense of direction

New Practice payoffs at society levels >
Greater cohesion, with a clear sense of focus and direction

How can I learn to master this?

Bridging the gaps between existing challenges and future possibilities, taking us from where we are to who we are –from inside to out.

The programs is based on “The 8 steps to New conscious Practice” giving you and your organisation a process which covers

New realities > New mind-set > New Practice > New You > New We

Giving You insights providing tools for adapting to a new way in life and in business by creating a new approach of Co-being, Collaboration, Communication and in Co-creation – designed for our changing paradigm – challenging us to create our conscious life and in careers, living from the inside out.

The 8 steps are about how to be in balance. Creating our unique way where all things work for us instead of against us, focusing on our purpose, direction and intentions on I, We and Us level.

1. Breath consciously – be present in the moment – conscious breathing that connects you directly to you. 2. Meditate frequently – align your mind – silence the mind- S.T.O.P. 3. Listen – connect with yourself
4. Accept fully – connecting to all.
5. Live in love – Accepting and opening.
6. Serve consciously – Be you fully.
7. Create simplicity – Creation with focused purpose.
8. Living in conscious rhythm – connecting to the overall balance of energy

Eastern and western principles and tools in play – exemplified by science, philosophy, psychology etc. Biology: (Lipton, Pert)
Understanding the conscious and subconscious – in a micro and macro cosmos perspective

Consciousness: (Sharmer/Maharshi)
Realizing the way we can and will change consciously

Energy: (Einstein/Haramain)
Understanding that all is energy and how to leverage that optimal in our new world

Evolution: (Wilber/Beck-Graves)
Understanding the drivers, powers and forces of evolution in humanity and how life circumstances influence for growth

Rhythm: (Phytagoras)
How the effect of rhythm in our lives play out in different situations – and understanding how to establish ones unique rhythm.

New Practice mind-set – Inner power triangle >

Personal

Organisation

Management

Who am I really?

Who are we as an organisation?

How do we focus on what our customers really want?

What am I passionate about?

Which technologies and processes do we use?

Are we making people’s lives better?

Is what I’m doing viable?

Are our activities sustainable?

Is our approach sustainable?

Do we use strategy as stretch?

New Practice mind-set – Outer serving triangle >

Customer

Sustainability

Technology

Who am I really?

Focus on here-and-now thoughts and actions

What kinds of opportunities do current/future technologies provide?

What am I passionate about?

How do actions affect other people and the surrounding environment?

How can these technologies be best used to meet customers’ changing requirements?

Is what I’m doing viable?

Are these activities sustainable in the long run?

Is our approach sustainable?

The 8 step energy pyramid for self and your organisation created from our triangles are the synergy created by comprising the inner power triangle (personal, leadership and organization).

The outer service triangle (customer/stakeholder, resources, technology) – constituting how the inner triangle serve the outer triangle through the understanding and adaptation of Co-being, Collaborate, Communication.

All to be able to Co-create from the inner power and the outer service triangles, which energizes the entire pyramid along with the surroundings – with a renewed life energy of peace, serving creation focusing on achieving balance for I ,WE and US.

For more information see www.thestartopeace.org
or email
Thestar2peace@gmail.com

Kind regards
Jan B Frederiksen

Www.thestartopeace.org

Skype Janbfrederiksen

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