Johnnie Moore

Show notes on shadow

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

I’ve just added a set of quite detailed show notes to the recent podcast on the shadow side of organisations. I’ve been procrastinating about doing this and was surprised to find the task quite satisfying as I really had to pay attention to what we were talking about. And I think it’s a great conversation though I say so myself. So if you want to hear more about

how chicken soup might be poison

whether talking about shadow opens Pandora’s box

how creativity might be about managing anxiety

whether this is all about power and control

what organisations stand to gain (or lose) by engaging with their shadows

and lot’s more, go read the notes or – better still – have a listen.

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