In this episode of Being Human, I speak with Gabriel Jurj, who is a complexity practitioner and seasoned executive working in Romania. He didn’t take the standard path, dropping out of University to join a monastic order, running hostels in Budapest.
Still practising some of his monkish disciplines, Gabriel leans on these to help him lead. He also sees the strong links between a spiritual appreciation and the ability to embrace and work in an uncertain world.
In this episode, we talk:
- What he learnt being a monk
- Retrospective cohesion
- The links between self-work and complexity thinking
- Spiritual practice in business life
- Letting go of goals
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