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Is there such a thing as a Level 5/Teal Organization? Part 2

Sept, 2017  - with Terri O'Fallon PhD & Geoff Fitch, MA. Recording of Part 2 of Terri and Geoff's conversation with GTC grad, Maureen Metcalf, on Voice of America radio.

During this discussion, we delve more deeply into how we can foster the development of these leading edge capacities. Further exploring organizational shadow and integrative thinking, we will look at case studies, practical examples and interventions that support level 5 leadership and organizational development. 

 
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Is there such a thing as a Level 5/Teal Organization? Part 1

May, 2017  - with Terri O'Fallon PhD. Recording of Terri's conversation with GTC grad, Maureen Metcalf, on Voice of America radio.

In complex adaptive systems, leaders and organizations need to co-evolve to ensure their ability to respond to the opportunities and challenges we face. During this conversation, Terri and Maureen explore how individuals and organizations evolve. It starts with the question of how individuals "grow up" as leaders. They then map this framework to exploring how organizations evolve.

 
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Developmental Embodied Spirituatlity

Feb, 2015 – With Terri O’Fallon. Development occurs within our exterior, our interiors, as individuals and as collectives, where each evolves from earlier to later levels. While this may seem like a simple statement, it evokes so many questions around which there can be multiple interpretations. Join Patricia Albere and Terri as they inquire into some of these questions involving developmental embodied spirituality.

 
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Evolution and Awakening through the Senses: STAGES

July, 2013 – by Terri O’Fallon, Ph.D. Presented at Integral Theory Conference 2013. STAGES through the evolution of the senses and how they develop. Demonstrates how quadrants, levels, lines, states, and types express in repeating patterns, and provide the engine of development.

 
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An Exploration of Causal Leadership

July, 2013 – by Venita Ramirez, MA, Geoff Fitch, MA, and Terri O’Fallon, Ph.D. Presented at Integral Theory Conference 2013. Causal Leadership is a way of being. It arises naturally, as a creative spark, from and through spacious awareness, aligning multiple visions, delivering creative resolution to “unsolvable” problems, and providing spontaneous intuitive direction beyond imagination.

 
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Creating Evolutionary Change – A Dialog with Geoff Fitch & Carter Phipps

April, 2013 - with Geoff Fitch and Carter Phipps. A lively dialog on evolutionary change making with Geoff, Carter, and social entrepreneurs from the Seattle Impact HUB community. Audio quality is somewhat limited.

 
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Community and Collective Intelligence

Aug, 2012 – with Geoff Fitch, M.A. From Exploring Global Causal Leadership. Explore the some essential practices of evolutionary community, such as authenticity, inquiry, dialog, and service, and the paradoxes that may arises as we express our individual and collective natures.

 
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Global Causal Leadership

July, 2012 – with Venita Ramirez, M.A. From Exploring Global Causal Leadership. Explore the qualities of causal leadership and our collective potential for accelerated change, locally, nationally and globally, through collaborative action and shared presence.

 
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The Spectrum of Development

June, 2012 – with Terri O’Fallon, Ph.D. From Exploring Global Causal Leadership. An exploration of the topic of developmental stages across the spectrum of evolution.

 
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Integral Coaching & Transformative Leadership

Dec, 2015 – With Geoff Fitch & Venita Ramirez join Joanna Hunt & Laura Devine from Integral Coaching Canada for a panel discussion on integral coaching and transformative leadership for the The Leadership Coaching Summit.

 
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Taking Multiple Perspectives

Jan, 2011 – With Geoff Fitch on ZOOM’d Leadership Radio hosted by John Schmidt. An hour long conversation exploring global events and the way our public dialog becomes polarized – and how we can move beyond this.