May 9, 2020
Internationally known author and expert on leadership, Meg Wheatley joins Terry to consider the global unraveling that’s occurring across cultures and societies. She shares her perspectives on hope and fear and how an unconditional and open-ended commitment to be of service might ultimately be more effective, sustainable and joyful than “hope.”
A few of the questions she and Terry explore are:
Meg has worked globally for decades as a consultant and speaker, and she is now Co-founder and President of The Berkana Institute, where she trains Warriors for the Human Spirit — leaders who learn as a community, training with discipline and dedication to develop a stable mind and skillful ways of being. She is a best-selling author of nine books applying wisdom drawn from new science, history, and spiritual traditions to the challenges of organizational leadership and community, including “Leadership and the New Science” and “Turning to One Another.” Her most recent book is “Who Do I Choose to Be?” Her own warriorship is grounded in the lineage of Chögyam Trungpa and her teacher Pema Chödrön.
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