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Issue Twelve: In Search of Identity Expansion

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Jonathan Smith

Jonathan is a brilliant organizational analyst, writer, public speaker, mediator and advocate for the integration of technology with human values. He is an entrepreneur and advocate whose mission is to contribute to socially responsible organizations. Graduated from Rollins College in 2014, Jonathan has experience organizing student voices in nonpartisan discussion. With studies that included aspects of sociology, political science, economics, environmental science, and social entrepreneurship, Jonathan’s intention is to create infrastructures that support high quality human life here on earth inside frameworks of sustainable development.

Spatial Consciousness

Nadine Hack

Nadine is CEO of beCause Global Consulting. She was named in the Top 100 Thought Leaders on Trustworthy Business Behavior often enough to earn an international Lifetime Achievement Award in Trust. She has advised Fortune 500 company executives, heads of state, and global other leaders and organizations on clarifying their goals and tackling the obstacles to achieve them. She was the first woman Executive-in-Residence at IMD Business School where she maintains an affiliation. She was Board Chair of the Desmond Tutu Peace Foundation and has served as a non-executive director on for- and not-for profit boards.

The Quandary and Importance of Identity

Charles E. Smith

A highly-experienced Futurist, Author, and Executive Coach, Charlie Smith’s work has been with leaders and teams in companies, associations, industries and military organizations. Charlie is an expert in such areas as: Personal and leadership coach. Helping release organizational energy in individuals and between people, departments and customers. Enabling others to create a future based on peoples’ commitment to each other’s success. Advising leaders to achieve unthinkable targets. Coaching people come to grips with what really troubles them and build a bridge from a future they want. Stimulating Breakthrough Thinking and Culture Change

Space and Identity Expansion

Mark Goulston

According to Warren Bennis, former Chairman of The Leadership Institute at USC, Mark is an articulate intuitive.  He knows that what people at every level of a company or organization don’t say often determines their behavior more than what they do say.  More importantly, he directly addresses this elephant in the room in a non-threatening way that opens the road to change, growth and breakthrough results.” Mark is an accomplished public speaker, mentor, author, and counselor. His insights are spontaneous and dramatically to the point.

Intense Identity Expansion

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David Norris Ph.D

David is a former professor and has trained thousands of people in life skills and inventing futures from imagination and commitment. He is one of the best designers of transformational events in the world for businesses, educational, and non profit organizations. He is a brilliant analyst with the ability to see underneath what is happening in a way that gives people access to power and results.

Toward A New Approach to Identity

Thomas Zweifel Ph.D.

Thomas integrates business, analytic and spiritual insight with surprising and powerful effect. Based in Zurich, Switzerland, he is a Professor, transformational business consultant, author and a world class integrator of noble purpose and business purpose.  He is creative, precise, spiritual, effective, tough minded, and kind.

How to Expand? Stand in Their Shoes

 

Charlie Smith

 

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