Welcome to the Healing Spaces Series!
With Margaret Wheatley
Margaret Wheatley began caring about the world’s peoples in 1966, as a Peace Corps volunteer in post-war Korea. In many different roles– speaker, teacher, consultant, advisor, formal leader–her work has deepened into an unshakable conviction that leaders must learn how to invoke people’s inherent generosity, creativity, and need for community. As this world tears us apart, sane leadership on behalf of the human spirit is the only way forward. She is co-founder and president of The Berkana Institute, (www.berkana.org), an organizational consultant since 1973, a global citizen since her youth, and a prolific writer. She has authored nine books, from the classic Leadership and the New Science in 1992 to Who Do We Choose To Be: Facing Reality, Claiming Leadership, Restoring Sanity (2017). Her new work is a CD, The Warrior’s Songline, a journey into warriorship guided by voice and sound.
Meg received her doctorate in Organizational Behavior from Harvard University in 1979, just as the field of OD was gaining ground. She has been honored for her ground-breaking work by many professional associations, universities, and organizations.
For the past five years, she has been training leaders and activists from 35 countries as Warriors for the Human Spirit, an in-depth training program and path of service supported by a robust global community. See details at www.margaretwheatley.com.
Her website is designed as a library and resource for people with articles, videos, podcasts, poetry, and others’ work that inspires Meg. All downloadable for free
Margaret Wheatley shares as a free gift from her book Perserverance, this 14 week email series.
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