Exploring the origins, ethics and future of changemaking

Resources

Definitions and terms:

The Changemakers’ Global Lexicon – a collection of terms, people and organisation in the changemaking space, from the serious to the ridiculous.

Books and Reading:

“The Economics of Good and Evil” by Tomas Sedlacek

“What we say matters: Practicing Nonviolent Communication” by Judith Hanson Lasater and Ike K. Lasater

“The Lucifer Effect: Understanding how good people turn evil” by Philip Zimbardo

“Power vs Force” by David R. Hawkins

“Quiet: the Power of Intraverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” – Susan Cain

“Thinking, Fast and Slow” – Daniel Kahneman

“The Spiritual Laws of Life” by Harold Klemp

“Games People Play” by Eric Berne

“The Never Ending Quest: Clare W. Graves explores human nature” – Edited by Christopher C Cowan & Natasha Todorovic

“A Theory of Everything: An integral vision for business, politics, science and spirituality” by Ken Wilber

“Spiral Dynamics: Mastering values, leadership and change” by Chris Cowan and Don Beck

“How to Change the World” by John-Paul Flintoff

“Blind Spots: Why we fail to do what’s right and what to do about it” by Max H. Bazerman and Ann E. Tenbrunsel

“Right Use of Power: The Heart of Ethics” by Cedar Barstow

“Winged Pharaoh” by Joan Grant

“Speaking from the Heart: Ethics, reincarnation and what it means to be human” by Joan Grant

“Building Nonprofit Capacity: A guide to managing change through organisational lifecycles” by John Brothers and Anne Sherman

“Willful Blindness” by Margaret Heffernan

“Disconnect” by Devra Davis

“Transformative Scenario Planning” by Adam Kahane

Blogs:

Lynne Forrest – “Transforming Victim Consciousness” (exploration of the Drama Triangle and more)

Websites and Organisations:

St James Ethics Centre

International Development Ethics Association

MBS Centre for Ethical Leadership

The School for Life

Right Use of Power

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