Emerging thinking in the field of transformational leadership.
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To stay in touch with our clients, partners and practitioners we’ve created this newsletter to share emerging thinking in the field of transformational leadership by recommending books, blogs, videos and podcasts. We plan to select no more than 3 pieces each month, and will continue to feature longer book excerpts and new scholarship in the Mobius Strip. Back issues of the Strip are available in the thought leadership section of our website.
As we together help mature this growing field, we are excited to contribute to the professional development of our community of practice and will share information about events sponsored by our practitioner training arm, Next Practice Institute.
Please feel free to suggest topics or materials for future editions by emailing our editor, Nathalie Hourihan.
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It’s that time of year again when many try to kick their bad habits. This 14-minute video is an excellent introduction to work of Mobius Senior Expert and Professor in Adult Learning and Professional Development at the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University, Dr. Robert Kegan. In it Bob walks us through how to surface and address what gets in the way of making the changes we want to make.
Mobius Senior Expert, author and globally renowned expert in adult development Jennifer Garvey-Berger shares her personal thoughts heading into 2017 about tactics for how we might tackle the complexitywe face both in the world and in our own lives.
Still deciding which learning track to select for this year’s Summer Gathering? We’re delighted to announce this year there are four options to select from: The Heroic Journey with Erica Ariel Fox; Transformational Consulting with Robert Gass; Somatics Training with Jennifer Cohen; and Team Coaching with Alexander Caillet. Click herefor course descriptions. To learn more about each of these advanced areas of study, this editionof the Mobius Strip is dedicated to NPI thought leadership; articles from each member of faculty can be found on the following pages 6,11,17, and 45.