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Dela med dig

Monica Fallesen och Niklas Mandin har lång och gedigen erfarenhet inom social omsorg. Med mer än 30 år var i företag och organisationer inom vård och hälsa både som ledare, ledarstöd och utbildare har de byggt både kunskap och kontaktnät samt sett saker som funkar och det som inte funkat.

Nu vill de dels dela med sig av sin kompetens och dels lära nytt tillsammans med andra och inte minst påverka begreppen och systemen i en fördelaktig riktning. Därför hälsar de dig välkommen till starten av en ny podd!

Vilka frågor brinner du för? Vilka ämnen skulle du vilja lära dig mer om? Hur vill du bidra? 

Nu startar vi podden “Dela med dig”
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A Better World

Personal reflections on how to work for a better world and how different stakeholders as a village, a river etc can be represented in societal development.

With Christiana Gardikioti & Michael Sillion & Bert-Ola Bergstrand


You Matter

Be the change you wanna see in the world

A famous quote from the great Mahatma Gandhi that most of us have heard. However, most of you probably look at it and shrug thinking: “Well that doesn’t apply to me” or “It doesn’t matter what I do cause I can’t change anything or make an impact”.

That is where you are wrong.

You are ALWAYS being an agent of change just by existing.


As I’ll show to you with the help of psychology and sociology you exert an influence on your surrounding constantly. Whatever you do impacts, enables or limit those people that you meet.

It is easy to hear change and think it only applies on an organizational, national or global level. However, change applies at all levels and constellations, down to individual people’s lives – whether large or small, intentionally or unintentionally.

Listen in to learn more about how just believing that a student is smarter will increase their development and more!

Host: Simon Lundegard

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Soil for Life

A dialogue about soil and the importance of it for life on earth. Also a Chest nut tree is planted in the garden outside of the studio.

Featuring Jonas Nilssson as the Soil Doctor and Mette Korsmoe Koverberg and Roland Gudinge as Co-creators.


Kickstarting Best for the World Broadcast

Be inspired by the team from Best for the World Broadcast featuring Sten Lindquist, Zana Belkheir, Stellan Nordahl, Michael Sillion and Moltas Trobäck

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Take/Make Place

People with disabilities are an integral part of our society, and it is essential that we create a world that is inclusive and accessible for everyone. Despite facing various challenges, individuals with disabilities are actively participating in society and making significant contributions to their communities.

One way in which people with disabilities are engaging in society is through the workforce. Many companies are recognizing the value of hiring individuals with disabilities, and there are numerous success stories of people with disabilities thriving in their careers. This not only benefits the individuals themselves but also helps to break down barriers and promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace

Host: Niklas Böhme with guest Stellan Nordahl


Super Powers

Many people with disabilities possess incredible strengths and abilities that are often overlooked or undervalued.

In fact, some people with disabilities might even be considered to have “superpowers” – unique abilities that set them apart from others. For example, some people with autism have exceptional abilities in pattern recognition or memory recall, while others with physical disabilities have developed incredible upper body strength and dexterity due to relying on their arms and hands for mobility.

Moreover, people with disabilities often have a strong sense of empathy and understanding for others who may be facing similar challenges. This can make them excellent listeners, counselors, and advocates for others.

It’s important to recognize and celebrate the strengths and abilities of people with disabilities, rather than solely focusing on their limitations. By doing so, we can create a more inclusive and empowering society that values and respects the diversity of all people, regardless of ability.

A dialogue with Maria Imperatore and Niklas Böhme


Conversations that matters

– a dialogue on humanity and impact

How do we create our reality by perception, assumptions, thoughts and actions. How do we move our thoughts and how it influence the world and the impact on a global scale.

How to tune in on humanity and create the future by our set of beliefs – a new paradigm on a societal level – where we all impact the world!

Host: Jérôme Marcoux

Conversations that Matters – with Stellan Nordahl

Conversations that Matters – with Adam Taki and Michael Sillion

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Sweden Help

With a great willingness to help, the non-profit association Sweden Help provides as much support as it can to people from Ukraine, in Sweden and Ukraine.

Sweden Help has a store in Malmö and one in Skurup. All of the products come from donations and all of the people who work there are volunteers. Everything is for free.

More info on

In this conversation Srten Lindquist interviews the founder Madeleine Laurin – Support to Ukrainian refugees | Sweden Help. It’s all in the name.

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Heart & Art

A guided meditation on the ‘Best for the World’ topic, while online participants paint (or create other forms of art). The Heart & Art is wrapped up with a “show and tell” session.

Hosts: Roland Gudinge and Karin Svensson


World Parliament

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Soil and Food

Soil is a vital component in the production of food. It provides the necessary nutrients for plants to grow and thrive, which in turn provides the food we eat. However, the quality of soil is declining due to various factors such as pollution, erosion, and intensive farming practices. This can result in a decrease in crop yields and nutritional value, as well as negative impacts on the environment. It’s important to prioritize sustainable farming practices and soil conservation efforts to ensure that we continue to have access to healthy and nutritious food for generations to come.

Featuring Elina Lagesson and Jonas Nilsson, the Soil Doctor


On the Road

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Work Engagement

We bring a systematic and holistic approach on health in the work environment.

In the dialog; Erik Nilsson, Roland Gudinge and Stellan Nordahl

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Womens Circle

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Digilog Transformation

How to meet without borders combining the physical world and the digital world. How can we as humans engage in a global village and interact naturally? What possibilities are created when the digital platform meets the physical reality and transforms the meeting into an equal arena accessible to everyone?

Join the digilog conversation in the demo world in Roblox by verifying an account with ID and allow chat (this enables spatial sound) – We also stream the conversation directly from Roblox to Youtube as an alternative. Pls then engage in the comments.

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Biodiversity or biological diversity is the variety and variability of life on Earth.

Hosts: Mette Korsmoe Koverberg and Roland Gudinge

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Human Nature Experience


Glass Bead Games

Glass Bead Games is an exercise in active listening and generative dialogue that is a form of wisdom gym.

Glass Bead Games is a simple and at the same time in-depth exercise in collective meaning-making and “Sense-Making”. The group is divided into smaller groups of 2, 3, 4 or 5 people. A word or subject is selected. Then the participants take turns talking about this for a minute each, according to a timer. After 3-5 rounds, it’s done. Finally, there is a reflection on the conversation and up to an hour of collective sense-making afterward in larger groups.

The only rules are to:
1. Only talk when it’s your turn and listen actively when it’s not, without thinking about what to say next.
2. Avoid not using any personal pronouns like “I”, “you”, “me”, “your”, “my” etc. and instead use words like “it”; this is a way to disconnect the ego as much as possible.


This exercise has been shown to consistently put the participants in a collective “Flow-state” and then provide the fourth level of listening, what is called “Generative Dialogue” where the participants all get new insights that no one had before the exercise began.This type of exercise and workshop is grouped within the exercises that occur in a so-called “wisdom gym”. It is perfect to open a meeting or a panel, by choosing a topic to talk about, that the meeting or panel is about.

Glass Bead Games is also perfect to replace classic debates with, that do not generate any new insights to instead focus on collective problem formulation, problem-solving and learning.

Glass Bead Games can also be used to open up a classic panel with panelist first giving a “short” introduction round citing their own CVs. We can instead do a 3-4 round Glass Bead Games about the subject of the panel och go into creative flow and generative dialogue around the topic.


The Ministry of Silly Workshops

Inventing workshop while at the same time doing it.
And lastly approving it ourselves as the Ministry Of Silly Workshops.

☢️⚠️☣️ Warning! This is only for hardcore workshop Nerds 😂
/ A Purposeer – Stellan Nordahl & Admiral Past – Michael Sillion


Future Village

If we combine the traditional village and the modern village with a hybrid digital village we have the seeds for what we can call our Future Villages. A village where we have to navigate both different types of relationships spread out over time and space. And where we also both have outsourced and brought some back, of the collective value creation that our global society consists of.

Where each one of us has a different-looking Future Village than every else.

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The New Living and Learning Organizational Paradigm

WHY: We have identified the need to both create new forms of organizations and the need to develop leaders who can handle complexity and a rapidly changing world – dynamic living organizations and leaders with the ability to facilitate the transformation towards a paradigm shift. All life in our fantastic world is self-organizing and self-healing. So why shouldn’t life in an organization also be that?

HOW: An open co-created process with the purpose of creating new forms of organization and ways of working.

WHAT: Co-creation of workshop design for Society of Learning, SOL – Stockholm Learning Plaza, Sweden, May 31st. The topic of the co-creation is: ‘How to create a workshop embracing human flourishing and the eternal potential’ and the workshop in the SOL – Learning Plaza Stockholm, is in its turn focusing on ‘How can an organizational structure and culture be created where humans can thrive and prosper while honoring corporate values and higher purpose achieving desired outcome.’

The co-creation is sprouting out of the following guestions:

  • What does the desired outcome look like (and how does it relate to system thinking)?
  • What learning principles do we like to explore and why?
  • What design criterias is critical for impact on change?

Design group: Bo Rex, Martijn Meima, Patrick Bijman, Ella Hellgren, Sten Lindquist and Stellan Nordahl

In the video below, the designgroup gives descriptions of their individual worldview as well as framing the process.

The chosen process is inspired by the circel of creation (the five elements of eastern/chinese philosophy and their relation and forces)

Dialogue and formulation of design group, questions and background – an overview that connects-the-dots (recorded meetings and design document). Sharing of worldviews (recorded presentations). Formulation of way of working (innovation process/the circle of creation/this stepwise process)

Co-creation of workshop design (in a live streamed event during the Best for the World Broadcast March 26th 14:00-15:00 hrs). Public invitation to the stream.

Link to the workshop-format

Webinar/learning circle ‘Business as unusual – a new paradigm’ (SOL-event March 29th 14:00-15:30 ). Public invitation to Zoom-meeting.

Workshop design up-date – insights from webinar/learning circle, time schedule and roles/responsiblities (April 12th 9:00-10:00)

Facilitation of workshop(s) May 31st SOL – Stockholm Learning Plaza, Sweden. Documentation of results.

Storytelling and amplifying (in a live streamed event during Almedalsveckan in Visby, Sweden/Ship of a New Story). Publishing of result. Invitation to continuous learning (community).

“When we do change to people, they experience it as violence.
But when people do change for themselves, they experience it as liberation.”
Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business School

SOL Sweden

A new way of thinking is taking shape; organizations and societies are seen as living organisms and the human being as a creative power in them. This changed way of approach opens the mind and gives possibilities to approach “old questions” in a new way. SoL Sweden provides possibilities to learn more about these new approaches and philosophies and to create dialogues and conversations around them, and consequently to bring more creativity and improved leadership into change management in companies and organizations. Home | SOL (

At the SoL Learning Plaza 2014, Arie de Gues formulated the following challenge:

“I think what is needed, what is waiting for you, the next generation, is to find ways to change the internal structures of business and governmental institutions to become much more in harmony with the value systems that have developed since the second world war. That’s your job. That’s waiting for you and that’s a very difficult problem. That’s really organizational learning by accommodation.”

Welcome to join us at The SoL Learning Plaza in Stockholm, Sweden May 31st-June 1st 2022!

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House of Hope

Best for the world building – the House of Hope project

How one persons ideaa can create a new way for planning and building an innovative and sustainable house, by combining known solutions in to new systems and construction combinations.

The net work of this new innovative building talks about the process and how the total sum become greater then the single parts when the co-create. Inour dialoge we will also reflect on the resourse, climate and social scalable effects of the house that is now under construction in Saxtorp Sweden and are already inspireing new building projects and forms of innovative co-creation.

House of Hope – Best for the World Broadcast – YouTube

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Tree House Talks

We explore the tree as a metaphore for life and organization. How can the tree help us to see what can´t be seen and live our life as persons, organisations and society. How can we as humans see ourselves as nature and create natural systems.

Format: Dialogue with guests Host: Stellan Nordahl

Tree House Talks with guest Roland Gudinge

Tree House Talks with guest My Södergren

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Health = Wealth

Format: lecture

Host: Erman Yeniler


An Equal Society?!

Format: Dialogue w guests

Host: Adam Taki

Guests: Hassan Al-Mashat, Abdulla Taha


Growth through Stärk

Stärk AB is founded by two persons who want to start a revolution. STÄRK implements health in other companies. With the STÄRK concept a company will have their tailored combination of strategy, knowledge and physical and mental training to boost their performance. Growth through STÄRK is for companies who want to be ahead of the future.

#healthstrategy #healthpromotion #healtheconomics #implementhelath #stärkleadership #implementera #hälsa #kunskap #strategi #ledarskap #stärk #ledarskapsverktyg #förankra #skapa #möjligheter #insikt #träna #framgång

Format: Dialogue

Hosts: Charlotte Arnberg & Martine Wenstad


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