Dr Jayne Meyer Tucker

Dr JMT, Activist and Author helps humans and organisations make better decisions during uncertainty. Drawing on her global experience in social transformation and PhD research exploring the systemic tension between structure (governance) and spontaneity (leadership), Dr JMT has created the Balance Point – a transformative philosophy to help STRADDLE uncertainty and make better decisions the E.A.S.Y Way. Dr JMT has worked in Executive/Board/CEO and freelance roles with a number of NGO’s, corporates’ and government agencies in Australia and internationally.

Consequences Blog #66 What do space travel and protests have in common

I have been taking time during COVID to further research and explore the relationship between good uncertainty and its superpowers – greater balance; less trauma; better decision-making. During this time, I have taken a concentrated leave of absence from incessant noise of the world wide web including sharing my thoughts and learnings in the Consequences Blog. I have …

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Consequences Blog #65 – Combine harvester in the new horizon

In this reflective Consequences Blog the key point I am wanting to write about is how ‘time moves on’ leaving footprints. For example, the Spanish flu and global pandemic played no relevance in our lives (time moves on) – until now (footprint). I was reminded about this ‘footprint’ legacy through a conversation with a young …

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Consequences Blog #63 COVID-19 Coping (#betterdecisions)

As September draws to a close, I am conscious that a month has already gone by since Earth Overshoot day. Time for better decisions – #betterdecisions! Reflecting on and alluding to a quote in the RSA summer 2020 journal I have coined the phrase ‘time for #betterdecisions’ and propose that COVID -19 simply intensifies this …

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Cirque Du Soleil Programme Souvenir – ‘Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities’ (2014) attended 29 November 2019

Consequences Blog #60 #2019 Life is a circus #2020

It is the final Consequences Blog for 2019 and without getting caught within semantics, as to when the official new decade begins as far as I am concerned it is simple – the current decade ends 31st December 2019 and the new decade begins 1st January 2020 – so this is my last Consequences Blog for …

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Consequences Blog #59 Enabling the Theory of Change & Global Goals

I get very excited about these three words ‘Theory Of Change’ and even more when they are accompanied with a program logic or set within the Sustainability Development Goals framework (more on these later in this Blog). Some of these words may not elicit as much excitement to all but their collective intents are worth their …

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Consequences Blog #58 – Citizen Jury

Essence of the Citizen Jury ……. “we are collectively making decisions to be in the business of being great ancestors!” My role at the Citizen Jury was that of an observer. As a result of this wonderful experience I feel quite privileged to have two opportunities, the first to share the good practice and the …

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