Category Archives: social change

The Evolutionary Imperative: Moving from Either/Or to Both/And

Following a dynamic U.S. mid-term election that continues to unfold, the heart-breaking destruction and death from the worst wildfires the state of California has ever experienced, and the ongoing madness of the US national political scene, I read a news … Continue reading

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Building a New Way of Leading: From Power Over to Power To and With

After the recent (September 2018) United States Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination to a full Senate vote, Senator Kamala Harris from California declared that Republican senators relied on “raw power” to push the nomination … Continue reading

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Now available, “Ten Developmental Themes of Mindful Leaders”

For fellow bloggers interested in mindful leadership, leader development, and self-transformation, I invite you to check out my new book, “Ten Developmental Themes of Mindful Leaders” now available from Amazon in Kindle and paperback versions.

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Sustainability Leadership in the Age of Trumpism

As I write this blog essay, I realize it is my first one since the 2017 United States Presidential Elections. Over these last few months, I have reflected deeply about many aspects of my life to include my dreams for … Continue reading

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Conscious and Responsible Leadership and the Search for a Global Ethic

As painfully apparent in the news from around the globe (to include news related to America’s uber-bizarre presidential campaign), severe global challenges (e.g., climate change, global terrorism, inequality, etc.) threaten our quality of life and the life of future generations. … Continue reading

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Ego Inflation: The Dark Side of Charismatic Leadership

Americans tend to have a fascination with charismatic leaders. They can awe and wow us with their apparent confidence and boldness. We may equate such boldness and swagger with some type of super- human power that we lack. Consequently, our … Continue reading

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Leadership, Gun Violence in America, and the Necessity of a Global Mindshift

These last few weeks have me dazed and confused. No doubt, we live in uncertain and complex times. It seems that life, as we know it is in a major state of flux and flurry. We face unprecedented challenges to … Continue reading

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