Perhaps the deeper lesson here is that the most radical acts are deceptively small and intimate. Less about “driving change”, less about arguing and trying to motivate. More about paying real attention in a time-starved world? What might this look like? How might we experiment with new forms with groups both inside and outside organisations?
This is an excellent article, which is also a prelude to the Radical Acts event in Melbourne next month. I’m so excited to be going and I’m looking forward to spending time with this group of people to explore what improvisational theatre can teach us about radical versus conventional approaches to change.