Recently we sent out an invitation to you to share a challenging topic or dilemma that you were working with in your facilitation practice. We loved
I was speaking to a friend the other day about a facilitative experience they were having with a group of leaders. I can relate
I’d love to share an experience from a few years ago that illuminates how facilitative leadership was used to weave alignment and transform culture and
As culture and society continue to evolve, our approach to collaboration must also evolve.
Recently I have been facilitating a group of 22 leaders that is about to begin a major transformative process. A newly configured team, they are
An excerpt from “Will the Next Buddha be a Sangha? Responding to the Call to Influence the Future of Collaboration” published in Integral Leadership Review, January-February
“The opposite of Love is not Hate; it’s indifference.” – Elie Wiesel Last month, I wrote about The Awakened Takeover. Which is another way of
If what you do every day is somehow trying to close the gap between the human condition and human potential, then you are already participating.
Last night I learned something I didn’t expect to learn about leadership from watching The Lost World: Jurassic Park. This lesson comes from an old
Like most kids, when I was a little girl I eagerly anticipated the transition from school to the freedom of summer. But the real highlight
As an experienced leadership developer, I thought myself quite the expert at developing capacity in groups and helping leaders master new competencies, and over decades
How can we become more capable of working with whatever comes up in our lives in a way that actually supports the growth and evolution
Our work life today depends on our ability to effortlessly collaborate with others while executing our goals with precision and ease. And every one of