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Conscious Leader Exemplars Added to 2014 Cohort

This batch of eight additional exemplars for this year, completes the 2014 cohort in preparation for the publication of the 2014 yearbook. Business (Two exemplars): Kazuo Inamori is a Japanese businessman who founded two successful companies as well as a charitable foundation, and established the Kyoto Prize. He has a visionary perspective on a new […]

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Eight More Exemplars Selected for 2014 Yearbook

Preparations of the 2014 edition of the Conscious Leadership Yearbook continue. The new edition will add to the original edition which was published in 2013 and featured over thirty exemplars from various sectors of society – including business, mass media, civil society, government, education, law and entertainment. The 2014 edition is expected to include around […]

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2014 Edition of Conscious Leadership Yearbook Due in Spring 2015

Preparations of the 2014 edition of the Conscious Leadership Yearbook are underway with an expected publication date of late February or early March. The new edition will add to the original edition which was published in 2013 and featured over thirty exemplars from various sectors of society. These included business, mass media, civil society, government, […]

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Coalition Of Consciousness: A Grass Roots Global Movement

During some conversation between our silences, the meditation group I attend regularly were sharing their views of societal consciousness and its evolution in recent years. Some cited all the horrible news in the media and conspicuous dysfunction in our social systems while others pointed out the higher functioning of some members of the younger generations […]

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The System Has a Hole In It: Why Leaders Don’t Follow Their Heroes’ Examples

For decades now I have been hearing complaints about the time and money being “wasted” on leadership development in corporations and organizations of all types. Estimates as high as tens of billions of dollars are spent in the U.S. alone trying to make better leaders out of managers in our organizations. This seems ridiculous when […]

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Conscious Leadership: Is The Growing Popularity of the Phrase a Sign of Real Transformation?

Conscious Leadership: Is The Growing Popularity of the Phrase a Sign of Real Transformation?

Last year I added “conscious leadership” to my Google Alerts. Since I have been writing and talking on this subject for twenty-five or thirty years, many of the references on this subject were mine. My motive was to find places where my writings might show up without my direct knowledge. In the past few months […]

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Asking Forbidden Questions

Asking Forbidden Questions

When we humans come together and organize ourselves for some purpose, we tend to agree about the context or mental framework containing that purpose. While in the best cases this agreement is explicit and conscious, agreement is often implicit and less than fully conscious. In the latter cases, people may start protecting the underlying beliefs […]

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