Intentional Decisions in Organizations

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Date(s) - 01/10/2018
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm


I am honored to be invited to Radio Medvetna Val for the first english episode about intentional decisions in organizations.

Update: Now you can listen to the Podcast at:


On Facebook you can also find a video recording of our talk. 


Intentional decisions in organizations

Organisations arise from the consciousness level the humans creating it has. How can our intent be manifested in the organisational structure and culture? Do an organisation develop from the outside or evolve from the inside?
People’s mindset and values change through the way that organizations are designed. What is then the human nature and how do humans interact in an organisation? Can we design life affirming organisations in line with nature?

What keeps organizations from evolving and what keeps people in organizations from evolving? How can we use compassion and empathy to meet people where they are?

In todays frontline of organisational development and organisation consciousness level lies concepts as sustainability, self-organisation, wholeness, teal and purpose. How can we make this a part of our paradigm and what comes next?

​Jens Rinnelt works with organizational evolution and calls himself a business humanizer. His mission is to make business human and bring consciousness and compassion into the way we work. He is part of the consultancy firm Emprogage were he facilitates organizations to liberate human potential and organizational resilience and his own firm HumanBusiness were he uses a tool to listening to the pulse of an organization.

Jens is passionate about organizational design and architecture, social sustainability and employee engagement, as well as well-being. In his works he combines these aspects. As an entrepreneur Jens has co-created multiple initiatives and is supporting organizations in their evolutionary journey towards human-centric workplaces.


The Radio Show
A lot of people are longing for being best for the world. At the same time our society has forgotten the inner force every human possess.
In this live-radio series on Intentional Decisions we explore the inner force and how it can set free the Power of choice – and also meet the longing. You listen live at

Twenty years from now, looking back, we will see that we were in the middle of a major shift. A shift from the paradigm that implies competition as something good and that prioritises becoming best-in-the-world, to a worldview that engenders being best-for-the-world.

What we choose to value most in our lives will have a dominating effect on the way we form our lives – consciously or subconsciously. We experience reality through our intent and our perception creates our reality. Intentional Decisions is a compelling model for raising awareness of the possibility of choice (a variety of choices), and empowers us with the ability to decide (the process of choosing, i.e. pick one).

Our intent is all about how we choose to look at ourselves, at each other and the world around us. It is also closely connected to how we choose to approach things, e.g. people and situations. By consciously choosing our attitude, we do not only change how we perceive things, but even change the state of things in our lives.

A favourable approach does not necessarily mean a positive outlook. Rather, it is an approach that benefits you and brings flow into your daily life. A favourable approach and a conscious choice are the elements that intentionally shape our future.

By intentionally choosing a favourable approach – and thereby conveying optimism and belief in the future – we increase our sense of hope; for ourselves, for each other and for mankind.

With Intentional Decisions we can participate in making the shift from becoming best in the world to be best for the world. To create a sustainable society and a world based on collaboration, co-creation and life affirming intent. We invite you to be a part of it!

Radio Medvetna Val

About Businesshumanizer

My name is Jens and I write about organizational evolution to inspire a way of organizing work that is human-centric. Find me at

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