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“Truly love this book. It fills an important gap in self-management literature. It has a strong focus on coaching towards self-management and less on structures and processes. Very powerful perspective!”

- Pim de Morree, co-founder of Corporate Rebels

Reader reviews:

  • "Finally found my bible. A must-read for self-management and new ways of working."

  • "This is the People and Interactions over Process and Tools book for the Teal movement."

  • "Excellent, short and down-to-earth considerations and conversations for any organisation seeking to become self-managed."

 

MOOSE HEADS ON THE TABLE

What does leadership look like in a company with no bosses? How do you develop a culture that allows self-managing organisations to thrive? What mindset and relational shifts are required?

In their new book Moose Heads on the Table: Stories about self-managing organisations from Sweden, authors Karin Tenelius and Lisa Gill share stories and insights from nearly twenty years of coaching teams and organisations to become self-managing.

 

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MEDIA COVERAGE

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BRAVE NEW WORK PODCAST

There are elephants in the room, and then there are "Moose Heads on the Table." This book, by Lisa Gill and Karen Tenelius, describes the concept as workplace taboos that are simultaneously ingrained and incredibly toxic for getting things done. In this episode, we talk to Lisa about how to embrace this discomfort at work, and what self-managing organizations can do to empower their employees to speak up when things aren't working.

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THE WICKED PODCAST

Interview about the book on the business book podcast, The Wicked Podcast.

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BEING HUMAN PODCAST

My guest this week is Lisa Gill, host of the ground-breaking podcast Leaderphormosis. She’s also co-author of the just-released 'Moose Heads on the Table: Stories About Self-Managing Organisations from Sweden'.

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THE AGILE CONTACT CENTRE PODCAST

Karin Tenelius and Lisa Gill talk to Sean McGinn about the book for The Agile Contact Centre Podcast.