Founder of Teleos Leadership Institute, executive coach, bestselling author of Primal Leadership, and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania, Annie McKee advises leaders all over the world. Annie is scholar-practitioner pushing the discourse and practice of leadership, organizational culture and change.
Bill believes that leadership must be grounded in a global sense of the common good. Therefore he promotes leadership and social action that is grounded in spiritual development, inclusiveness and compassion all of which deepen our commitment to pursue a just and peaceful world. Bill directs Common Good Works and speaks and leads seminars around the world.
Brian delights in doing business in a different, more loving, more purpose filled way – and in helping others do the same. He specializes in supporting entrepreneurs and executives as they build companies that create both money and meaning, and in teaching practice builders how to “give their way to a soul-centered, six-figure practice.” Brian is the author of Selling By Giving and the soon to be published book Love Beyond Belief.
Chip is the Founder and CEO of Joie de Vivre Hospitality and the author of "PEAK: How Great Companies Get Their Mojo from Maslow". Joie de Vivre was awarded the 2nd Best Place to Work in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2008. Chip and his companys time-tested techniques have been featured in TIME, Fast Company, Fortune, People and the Wall Street Journal.
Consistently acknowledged in rankings and surveys as one of the world’s leading thinkers on innovation, Christensen is widely sought after as a speaker, advisor and board member. Clayton M. Christensen is the Robert and Jane Cizik Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, with a joint appointment in the Technology & Operations Management and General Management faculty groups. His research has been applied to national economies, start-up and Fortune 50 companies, as well as to early and late stage investing.
David Gebler understands how strategies and leadership initiatives play out in the field. With more than 20 years’ experience in advising global organizations on ethics, values, and culture matters, David has seen that the root causes of unethical conduct are the same factors that lead to ineffective execution of strategy. As president of Skout Group LLC, David Gebler works with senior leadership teams to accurately measure what motivates and drives behavior in organizations, using those results to improve their performance.
Deepak Chopra is a world-renowned authority in the field of mind-body healing, a best-selling author, and the founder of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing. Heralded by Time Magazine as the "poet-prophet of alternative medicine," he is also the host of the popular weekly Wellness Radio program on Sirius/XM Stars.
Dr. Max Klau is the Director of Leadership Development at City Year, Inc., a national service program headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. His efforts focus on leveraging a challenging year of full-time citizen service as a transformational leadership development experience. He is the primary author of The Idealist’s Journey, City Year’s leadership development curriculum, and has written articles about leadership development for the Washington Post, the Harvard Business Review, and the Huffington Post.
Gina Amaro Rudan is the founder and President of Genuine Insights Inc., a professional development and training practice whose mission is to leverage the genius within every individual and organization. Gina spoke on the subject of genius at the 2010 TED Global Conference at Oxford University and is the author of PRACTICAL GENIUS: The Real Smarts You Need to Get Your Passions and Talents Working for You, which is now available. Follow her on twitter: @GinaRudan
John Hagel is the Co-Chairman of Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation, and is also an author and speaker. His book "The Power of Pull" has been lauded by former President Clinton, Newt Gingrich, BusinessWeek and MIT Sloan Review. He's also the author of "The Only Sustainable Edge" and "Out of the Box" and is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal and McKinsey Quarterly.
Keith’s passion and commitment is to creating positive business and social change and he will tell you that he has “joined the front lines of the sustainability revolution.” As idgroup’s Systemic Sustainability Lead his work revolves around connecting people to nature, the concepts of sustainability, and the leadership strengths needed to move those ideas to action.
Dr. Lance Secretan has a dream—"To change the world by creating inspiring organizations". He has dedicated his life to transforming companies, changing the lives of the people who work in them, and revolutionizing the way leaders lead. As an advisor to leaders, a speaker, retreat leader, teacher and coach, Lance inspires executive teams with new ways of thinking, which one Fortune 100 leader described as, "enabling us to move from the profane to the sacred".
Leah Pearlman loves happiness. “I do. i love happiness. I love it as a part the rich complicated business of being a human being. A business often made more complicated when people forget to give themselves the permission to investigate and pursue what makes themselves Happy. Or, perhaps they have the permission but not the support. That’s what the Happiness Institute is for me. It’s a way to support people want to be happy and make others happy too.” She is also the author of Dharma Comics, a comic blog in which I draw on life to explore personal and universal truth. She has a background in Technology and a foreground in Love.
Lisa Doig, is Director of Corporate Evolution Pty Ltd, a leadership development consultancy in Perth, Australia with affiliates in Sydney, Melbourne, London and USA. Lisa is a Trainer of the Barrett CTT tools and has been using CTT with their clients for the last 8 years. Corporate Evolution's niche is in Values-based Leadership, Top Team Alignment, Appreciative Inquiry Summits and Culture Transformation.
Martin Sande is a Management Consultant at Preera in Sweden. Preera is a Nordic management consulting firm helping companies and organizations to make a real difference by initiating and implementing sound development processes. Preera is a founding partner of The Transformation Alliance engaging several european management consulting firms.
Throughout his work, Michael Jones shares his gifts as an evocative storyteller, visionary, musical painter and skillful facilitator to map the leader's inner journey to the heart of their own creativity. Michael has been a Senior Associate with the MIT Dialogue Project and Dialogos Inc, a Senior Fellow with the James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership at the University of Maryland, a Leadership Fellow with the Executive MBA Programs at the College of Business at the University of Texas, and core faculty for the Leading for Innovation Programs at Banff Centre. www.pianoscapes.com
Paul Chippendale, Director of the Minessence Group, has for the past 22 years specialised in developing technologies to support people working with values for personal, couple, team, organisational and societal development. He is the author of several books and academic papers, a Blogger, publisher, researcher, software engineer and keen athlete.
Phil Clothier is the Chief Executive Officer at Barrett Values Centre. Phil is passionate about hearing and telling stories of change. He has worked with many companies and household brands in the UK, mainland Europe, South Africa, Australia and the USA. He is also a values advisor to a former Soviet-block country which is now creating a 25 year plan for the transformation of the nation.
Richard Barrett is the Founder & Chairman at Barrett Values Centre. He is an internationally known author, speaker and consultant on leadership, values and culture in business and society. Richard is a Fellow of the World Business Academy, and former Values Coordinator at the World Bank. He is the creator of the Cultural Transformation Tools®, and the author of A Guide to Liberating Your Soul, Liberating the Corporate Soul, Building a Values-Driven Organisation, and The New Leadership Paradigm.
Richard Lyons is the dean of the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley. Prior to becoming dean in July 2008, he served at the chief learning officer at Goldman Sachs in New York, a position he held since 2006. As chief learning officer, he was responsible for leadership development among the firm’s managing directors. Prior to Goldman Sachs, he served as acting dean of the Haas School from 2004 to 2005 and as executive associate dean and Sylvan Coleman Professor of Finance from 2005 to 2006. He has served on the Haas faculty since 1993 and on the Columbia Business School faculty for six years before that. He received his BS with highest honors from UC Berkeley (finance) and his PhD from MIT (economics).
Rick Engdahl is the Director of Brand Experience at The Motley Fool, a company committed to helping the world invest — better. There he contemplates the corporate soul, touching on themes of Purpose, Values, Perception, and the Zen of Foolishness. He also plays a mean guitar. Follow him on twitter: @TMFMuse
Sandy Blackburn Wright is a part of the founding group of Emerging Leaders for Social Change and is the Head of the NGO Organisational Mentoring Programme for Westpac, one of Australia's largest banks. She also spent 15 years working in South Africa from 1988 - 2003 and has seen first hand the power of grassroots social change movements.
Seth Godin has written thirteen books that have been translated into more than thirty languages. Every one has been a bestseller. He writes about the post-industrial revolution, the way ideas spread, marketing, quitting, leadership and most of all, changing everything.
Sir John Whitmore is Executive Chairman of Performance Consultants. He is a pre-eminent thinker in leadership and organizational change and works globally with leading multinational corporations to establish coaching management cultures and leadership programmes. He has written five books on sports, leadership and coaching, of which Coaching for Performance is the best known having sold 500,000 copies in 17 languages.
Somik Raha is an Associate with SmartOrg, a value-based management software company, working at the intersection of strategy, technology innovation and organizational transformation. Prior to SmartOrg, Somik worked as an agile software development coach and founded the open-source htmlparser project. He received his Ph.D. from Stanford University conducting research on values-based decision-making, helping organizations maximize social impact with limited resources. He is an active volunteer with CharityFocus.org.
As the Executive Director of Teleos Leadership Institute, Suzanne serves as an executive coach, program facilitator, and consultant to Boards of Directors and senior teams. She holds a Degree from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and was a former senior editor at Harvard Business Publishing. Suzanne is committed to ensuring the transfer of best practices between the public, private, and not-for-profits sectors.
Ted Marusarz is the Global Employee Engagement and Culture Practice Leader and a member of Hewitt's Leadership Team. He has broad-based experienced in talent management, leadership coaching, employee assessment and product development. Hewitt provides leading organisations around the world with expert human resources consulting and outsourcing solutions to help them anticipate and solve their most complex benefits, talent, and related financial challenges.
Tor Eneroth has a long and practical hands-on experience in managing organisational culture transformation in mainly two major international Swedish organisations (SCA and Volvo), in the last 8 years in the role as Culture Manager. Tor lives in Göteborg, Sweden with his wife and two daughters. Beside the pleasure he gets from being with his family and working with culture transformation he enjoys off shore sail racing, street biking, skiing and ashtanga yoga.
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