notes from the “U” field – tips, pros & cons for Ulabers and change agents


I was on a call with 10 Ulab – hub hosts from all over the world where we shared our past experiences and present needs and thoughts.
The 10 of us, met last years, on the “Ulab” a MOOC (massive open online course) by MIT EdX for transformation of self, business and society.

Each of us has participated and often hosted a local hub. Our call was focused on 2 key questions:

What and when worked well for us – both in the hubs and in the processes we were holding?
what were the conditions for good or bad “U dive” hosting?


Among many things (on which I wont go in detail), what emerged strongly for me and from several others was the needs for some kind of practical guide/notes about pros and cons we encountered throughout our hosting practices.

Coincidence or not, I am currently writing a prototype manuscript for this exact purpose. For now I am calling it notes from the “U” field. Some of the pros & cons are already mentioned in the past posts on this blog.
With purpose to develop it further, I would like to know your experience. Please share it in the conversation space bellow or DM me via the contact button.

Also If you would like to reed the first draft of the manuscript, which I am aiming for 1st September this year, please sign to this blog. Once the manuscript is ready, I’ll share it with you.

The themes I am writing about in this blog are expanded in my latest book Diamond Leadership available on Kindle.


The container for the “U-process dive” is essential

– The difference PRESENCE makes 


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