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                            Introduction to Behavioral
MetaDYNAMICS (BmD)

Welcome to BmD!

During the discussion, my intention is to guide you through an
overview of Behavioral MetaDYNAMICS.

I want to share with you how this set of DYNAMICS evolved and
emerged within the practice of my global coaching practice,
and what my intentions are in helping leaders face the
Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) conditions
we face now around the world.

"In one of his most profound and fundamental points, Lewin
identifies the need for dynamics in social sciences…" (Page
50),

http://www.sergeyivanov.org/

Things are just getting "too" complex for any of us, and most
of the problems we have today evolve around our own awareness
of when we are in over our heads and fail to reach out for
help!

Most of us are not naturally
collaborative.

In fact, at least in the United States, where I am from, our
sense of "freedom and independence" often places us at odds
with complexity and problems end up solving us, instead of us
solving them!

This is currently reflected in our stance around the world, in
our politics, leadership and perceptions.

This notion doesn’t make us bad, or worse, but it doesn’t help
us either as things get more complex and we overrun our own
abilities to solve complex problems.

With that indictment so to speak, I believe that what we will
have to be, do, have, become and contribute is a system that
does essentially two things:

1) supports the growth of individual self-awareness,
and

2) promotes collaboration.

There are many ways I believe that can be done… and BmD is
"one" way I have tested that provides tools for leaders to do
both of those two things.

I want to leave you with one idea:

"…the process of self-organization corresponds to an
endogenous decision making process, giving the impression that
a superior intention is at work.  By recognizing the endogenous
nature
of decision making that is embedded in any self-organization
process, we clarify the meaning of
intention and will, which are possessed by the complex system
itself."
– Yukalov and Sornette

So, before we rationalize that we can yet design again our
perfect behaviors, we have to understand the nature of
self-organization which is at work in decision-making. My goal
is to help you with tools which help you learn more about
yourself and others, enhances the potential in your
self-awareness and informs your leader awareness in the
process.

Welcome to VUCA!

I hope you pick up valuable insights, ideas and tools during
this process, which you can use for your own development and
your work and leadership with others.

If you have comments, please feel free to leave them here on
the blog.

I hope you pick up valuable insights, ideas and tools during
this process, which you can use for your own
development and your work and leadership with others.

If you have comments, please feel free to leave them here on
the blog.

You, Me, and We @F-L-O-W

Mike R. Jay is a developmentalist utilizing consulting,
coaching, mentoring and advising as methods to offer
developmental scaffolding for aspiring leaders who are
interested in being, doing, having, becoming, and
contributing… to helping people have lives.

PS: To learn more about our 2015 Program,
Behavioral MetaDYNAMICS and to enroll in the experience,
visit

HERE
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