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The Best Leadership Strategy For Our Time—It’s Simpler Than You Think

Imagine you had a child who was entrusted with the family fortune—generations upon generations of good investments and stewardship amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars—and this child managed to blow through it in one year.

Being What is Needed

Being What is Needed

Nov 30 2022

Dr. Ginny Whitelaw’s year end message. Plus a invitation into being what is needed.

The Flip In Leadership Needed To Save (Ourselves On) The Planet

Dr. Ginny Whitelaw explores the climate crisis through the lens of biodiversity loss. There are many steps to take and the first starts with leadership.

Recharging Yourself As A Leader—3 Laws Of Managing Energy

Energy-infused leadership development could be called version 3.0, which both vitalizes leaders and guides them in making their vital difference in the world around them.

5 Degrees Of Connection: Which Support You As A Leader?

Dr. Ginny Whitelaw writes about Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory. There are 5 stages of connection. Which stage are you in?

Facing An Inconvenient Truth Or Inconvenient Consequences

Dr. Ginny Whitelaw writes about the 4 energy patterns we all have access too. How can they help support you?

Launch of Introductory Webinars

We are excited to announce the launch of introductory webinars. Designed to be approachable, these webinars will be succinct overviews of Zen principles and our foundational programs.

Leadership Development 3.0—Energy Included

Energy-infused leadership development could be called version 3.0, which both vitalizes leaders and guides them in making their vital difference in the world around them.

What is Self-Transcendence?

But, for those singular moments when my legs would gain speed and every part of my body would move further and further forward, gaining momentum – I knew what it was to feel connected to all, connected to my true self, connected to nature, connected to something bigger than what I thought of as me.