Speaking and Event Facilitation
Humankind is being led along an evolving course, through the migration of intelligences, and though we seem to be sleeping, there is an inner wakefulness, that directs the dream, and that will eventually startle us back to the truth of who we are.
- Rumi 13th Century
I speak about what it means to consciously and intentionally evolve and its potential to transform our planetary existence. I propose that it is a developmental process and one that needs to be understood, experienced and embodied in order to contribute positively to the future of life in the universe.
I share how two profound experiences in my life have shaped my awareness of the reality in which we currently exist and how they opened a window into the “truth of who we really are”. I share how these experiences have led to my research and study in consciousness development, human and adult development, evolutionary science, unified science and leadership development.
My hope in sharing my insights and wisdom is that listeners recognise they are much more than they think they are and that they have the capacity to intentionally evolve, thereby creating greater meaning and purpose for their existence.
These views have been shared on numerous occasions with gatherings of futurists, social entrepreneurs, business and government leaders and leadership experts and practitioners.
2015 - Da Vinci Institute, Boulder, Colorado, USA
2012 - Global Leadership Network, Omega Institute, USA
2008 - Tallberg Forum, Tallberg, Sweden
2007 - Waldzell Meeting, Melk Abbey, Lower Austria
2004 - Be the Change Conference, London, UK
Facilitated a 10-week group training for business leaders in 2014 in Melbourne, Australia who shared an interest in developing their cognitive capacity to manage complexity.
A group of 8 participants worked individually and collectively to understand the limitations of their cognitive capacities and to see what they needed to do to transcend those limitations and apply the advantages of meta-systemic cognition.
Facilitated learning circles for emerging leaders around the themes, challenges and questions they faced with their personal leadership.
Sessions were held monthly for 2 years commencing in May 2010
Facilitated open conversations for between 20-50 individuals interested in coming together to connect, share their journeys and be inspired and empowered to live, lead and express themselves in new ways.
Conversations were held monthly in Melbourne, Australia throughout 2008 and 2009.
Future World Leaders - Needs Assessment
Facilitated a Needs Assessment in two stages over a four-month period with 15 remarkable future world leaders aged 18-35 from Africa, North and South America, Asia-Pacific and Europe.
Download Key Findings here.
Global Leadership Program - World Institute for Leadership Development
Facilitated an annual learning laboratory through which 30 young global leaders aged 18-40 developed the internal and external capacities needed to more wisely and effectively respond to the leadership challenges they encountered.