The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership is an international nonprofit organization whose mission is “to advance the awareness, understanding and practice of servant leadership by individuals and organizations”. It offers a broad spectrum of resources to bring the servant-leadership community together, to learn, think, connect, share and grow.
The Philosophy of Coaching is a forum for academic researchers, educators and coach practitioners to share their knowledge and expertise with the international coaching community, engage in rigorous, reflective dialogue, and build their reputations as thought leaders and influencers.
Executive Summaries of Otto Scharmer’s publications. Using his experience working with some of the world’s most accomplished leaders and innovators, Otto Scharmer shows in Theory U how groups and organizations can develop seven leadership capacities in order to create a future that would not otherwise be possible.
Courageous. Wise. Authentic. Compassionate. Peaceful. Whether we are religious believers, atheists, or anything in between, it turns out we can agree quite easily on what it means to be a spiritually evolved human being. The more difficult question is, how do we get there? And how can we measure our progress? In SQ21, Cindy Wigglesworth translates spirituality into Spiritual Intelligence: a skill-set like EQ (emotional intelligence) that can be developed and measured. In her empowering and practical book, she shares 21 Skills that can help you live a life of wisdom, compassion, and authentic leadership.
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The Presencing Institute co-creates awareness based social technologies for change makers and social innovators around the world. See the new Ego To Eco framework for economic transformation or their Theory U model.
ARBINGER is a management training and consulting firm and scholarly consortium that includes people trained in business, law, economics, philosophy, the family, education, and psychology. Together, the members of ARBINGER work to apply the sweeping implications of self-deception and its solution to all aspects of organizational, community, and family life.
(Pioneering work of Peter Senge, and intellectual partners in the development of learning communities)
SoL, the Society for Organizational Learning, is an intentional learning community composed of organizations, individuals, and local SoL communities around the world. We are a not-for-profit, member-governed corporation.
David Whyte is a poet, author, and lecturer who has a readership in three normally mutually exclusive areas: the literate world of readings, the psychological and theological worlds of philosophical inquiry, and the world of vocation, work, and leadership. He holds a degree in marine zoology and an honorary doctorate, and is an associate fellow at Said Business School at the University of Oxford. The author of seven books of poetry and three books of prose, David has worked as a naturalist guide and has led anthropological and natural-history expeditions
(Pioneering work: The Leadership Challenge.)
Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner are preeminent researchers, award-winning writers, and highly sought after teachers in the field of leadership. Their groundbreaking studies, pioneered in 1983, led them to create a model of leadership that has been embraced by more than 1 million people around the world. This site leads you to their latest effort: The Leadership Challenge, 3rd edition.
(Pioneering work: Rigorous research that identified the Level 5 Leader.)
Explore the work of master researcher Jim Collins author of published best sellers: “Built to Last” and “Good to Great,” and his latest efforts to identify, measure and develop Level 5 leaders.
(Explore the work of Ken Wilber and intellectual partners.)
Integral Naked is a multimedia doorway to the world of integral awareness. Conversations, performances, live events — all involving the most influential, provocative, and important thinkers and leaders in the world. Often these are moderated by Ken Wilber, considered the most influential integral theorist today, and his colleagues at Integral Institute.
“Integral” simply means comprehensive or inclusive. The core of Integral Naked is a series of intense, raw, straightforward discussions that cover a full sweep of contemporary issues — from business to personal growth, from education to meditation, from politics to ecology, from sexuality to spirituality. What would all of those look like if they were integral instead of partial, whole instead of fragmented, balanced instead of broken?
(Pioneering work of Ken Wilber, the most influential integral theorist.)
Integral Life is dedicated to the proposition that partial and piecemeal approaches to complex problems are ineffective. Whether addressing individual and personal issues of meaning and transformation, or increasingly complex social problems such as war, hunger, disease, over-population, housing, ecology, and education, partial and fragmented approaches need to be replaced by solutions that are more comprehensive, systematic, encompassing — and integral.
The mission of the Consortium is to aid the advancement of research and practice related to emotional intelligence in organizations. The Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations is currently made up of eight founding members and 25 additional members who are individuals with a strong record of accomplishment as applied researchers in the field.
(Explore work of Fred Kofman and intellectual partners. Pioneering work: development of learning communities with Peter Senge.)
Axialent is a consulting company dedicated to the development of disciplined individuals, teams and organizations. We focus on improving performance through leadership, teamwork and individual effectiveness.
We believe that the “right” people displaying the “right” behaviors and sharing the “right” values is the ultimate source of long-term competitive advantage for any company in any industry.
Integrated work by Don Beck tracking the emergence of human nature since 1978 by continuing and expanding the work of Dr. Clare W. Graves for positive change in social systems, business management. Spiral Dynamics identifies and tracks the evolution of thinking, and real-world applications of Value Systems and Levels of Existence theory.