This multi-generational conversation takes a closer look at what’s emerging and changing in our experience of a familiar environment – the workplace, or career - however those may be defined in a world still responding to a global pandemic. How can we make sense of, and reframe, the work experience in a way that allows us to let go of rigid structures and free our creativity to look more for the emergent possibilities within a given problem or challenge?
What quickly arises is the idea that we don’t want to be locked into just the academic or theoretical approach to things, but rather be able to respond in real time to the needs of the moment. And it may just turn out that our ability to be in flow and with the way things are changing has a lot to do with the inner frameworks we rely on to navigate our world.
Join us as Aviv Shahar and Ariel Levari explore the struggles of the new workplace in an evolving world, with an eye to finding joy in the processes and challenges therein.
In terms of actually engaging in the process of framing, or of sensemaking, within the corporate world, it's much less me applying specific theories - that I learned previously - to current challenges, and much more about catalyzing an inner state that allows me to respond to challenges as they arise, and do so in an adaptive way.