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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One Man’s New Stand

One Man’s New Stand

In the June 2013 issue of my newsletter – John Renesch’s Mini Keynote – I wrote about ending “they conversations” and focusing on “we conversations” since we are only going to transform the world if we do it together, acknowledging that we are interconnected and interdependent. Conversations that point to “them”, or the others, or […]

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