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Rob McNamara is a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University, a Leadership Coach and author of The Elegant Self. He is a leading expert on adult development and human performance, his coaching services help individuals increase their scope of influence where it matters most personally and professionally.

Rob’s expertise includes the intersection of integral practice, adult development, human performance and integral strength training. He specializes in helping people resolve their persistent painful limitations to become more powerful, proficient and aligned with what matters most in life.

Through his private practice in Boulder, CO, he works with a broad range of clients including executives, professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, and athletes ranging from high school to Olympic and professional world champions.

He has also worked extensively with Ken Wilber and the Integral Institute for over a decade, including serving as core faculty for the Integral Life Practice seminar series, core faculty at global Integral Spiritual Experience events, and is currently a faculty member of The Integral Center and a frequent teacher at Boulder Integral events.

His contributions in the business sector include the Stagen Leadership Institute where he developed integrally-informed executive curriculum for senior executives and launched corporate wellness initiatives. Rob also served as the Senior Integral Consultant and Human Performance Specialist for Phillips Performance Nutrition.

Rob received his Masters in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Susquehanna University. His books include The Elegant Self and Strength to Awaken.

Recent Blog posts by Rob McNamara

For those of us interested in adult development, too often we tend to focus on stages.  In particular, we zoom in on those higher, more

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For many of us, the experience of adulthood involves what I call  “completion projects” in The Elegant Self.  Completion projects are our unexamined drives to

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