Tuesday, May 26th, 2020

Bill Joiner’s Leadership Agility Blog

Continued writing with occasional podcasts on Leadership Agility, the research-based book on stages of personal and leadership development. This blog captures and extends the book's key ideas; shares new insights, research, and applications from client work; and shows how Leadership Agility relates to current issues.  Comments welcome!  You can also follow Bill on Twitter: @leaderagility

Leadership Now

December 6, 2006 by
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Yesterday, we received an email from LeadershipNow editor, Michael McKinney, saying that he had just reviewed Leadership Agility on their blog, called Leading Blog. It’s a very well crafted review, reflecting a good understanding of the book, and it has some very nice graphics as well. If you’d like to read a good, accurate overview […]

The Harmony Institute in St. Petersburg

November 21, 2006 by
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My long-time friend and colleague, Mark Horowitz, just returned from one of his periodic trips to St. Petersburg, Russia, where he teaches an extended workshop on systems thinking for students at the International School for Psychotherapy, Counseling and Group Leadership. The International School is a 3-year comprehensive training program of the Harmony Institute, founded in […]

Reader Reviews on Amazon

November 17, 2006 by
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So far, two readers have posted reviews of the book on Amazon (both 5-stars). The most recent review was posted by R. Castro, who sees the book, in part, as a fresh perspective on the work of leadership gurus Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and Robert Greenleaf (servant leadership). The first review, by “workplace coach” Ameeta […]

Russ Volckmann & the Integral Leadership Review

November 17, 2006 by
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The Integral Leadership Review is a quarterly e-journal editted by leadership coach Russ Volckmann. The word “integral” in the title refers to a body of thought developed largely by philosopher-psychologist Ken Wilber. This body of thought focuses in part on stages of human development, but also applies the idea of levels of development to a […]

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