Our motivations and behaviors define who we are - how we feel about ourselves and how we interact with others.
Every time we act without Meaning or collaborate without Belonging we are going against our nature. This is why we feel disengaged, stressed, burnt out, and depressed.
It’s time to elevate personal agency and demand mutual respect.
– Radical Respect –
Our motivations and behaviors regulate how we organize and collaborate. We try to fix our organizations and relationships by changing HOW we do things instead of WHY we do things.
We feel controlled, instead of motivated. Managed instead of inspired. Forced to comply, instead of empowered to co-create. In the dark, instead of connected. Ignored, instead of relevant.
It’s time we nurture collaborative environments.
– Radical Purpose –
We are drawn to each other by our fundamental beliefs. Some of us have lived and worked in democratic work environments for decades, while others are tired of the social and human injustices that we have tolerated.
People are needlessly suffering.
Together we are the Radicals. Radical is a movement reigniting people’s awareness of our human needs and transforming our society to be people-centered rather than maintaining the unjust status quo.
Radicals are purpose driven and committed to honesty, authenticity, transparency, and treating everyone as equals. We believe in empathy, and above all, human dignity. To be a Radical is first and foremost to understand that our organizations must serve people.
Our goal is ambitious. Trailblazers are already making headway. If you share these beliefs, you too are a Radical.
What makes us do what we do and say what we say?
Internally, our neurological circuits motivate and drive us. Externally, we live by a set of norms defined through society, religion, government, etc. The two are intimately related. The Human Code is a set of algorithms that are the basis of our behavior and our society.
The Human Code model provides insight into what drives the motivations, behaviors, and decisions of individuals. It also helps us to understand why the systems around us aren’t working by giving us a reference point to help validate how we can improve our society.
We can change based on ideas or principles, but our fundamental selves will always be there. It’s time we take the Human Code into account and design to it rather than ignoring it.
The Periodic Table of the Future of Work shows the broad scope that the Future of Work embodies – from frameworks and approaches to organizations and networks to technologies.
Click here to view the Interactive Periodic Table of the Future of Work. To learn more about an individual element, just click on its name.
We will continue to evolve the table, including making it interactive. Our thanks to Radical Doug Kirkpatrick for its initial development.
Meet our Radical Steering Group
Sasha Aganova | Pietro Antolini | Tine Bieber | Lisa Byron | Elaine Favero | Natty Gur | Kelly Jackson | Catherine Jaeger | Doug Kirkpatrick | Jose Leal | Thianne Martins | Matt Perez | Tullio Siragusa | John Thompson | Paul Walker | Dev Tandon
Contact UsEmail us: Radicals at RadicalRespect.org
Join us at one of our Radical Meetups! Share, learn, collaborate, and co-create a vision with other Radicals.
We’re meeting in Silicon Valley - San Jose, Dallas, and Silicon Beach - LA.
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