Conscious Leadership: Integrating the Masculine and Feminine

Please mark your calendar for a fabulous event: The 3rd Annual International Conference on Conscious Capitalism.

May 17-18, 2011 at Bentley University in Waltham, Mass.

Featured speakers include Marianne Williamson, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Raj Sisodia and Yours Truly!

Over the past thirty years organizations have increasingly recognized the importance of leadership values such as collaboration, compassion, nurturing and valuing relationships.  An era of partnership between men and women in leading and shaping human society and culture is finally at hand as well as the rise to prominence of female leaders in multiple sectors.

As the conference overview states: “Our speakers will address the significance and implications of these changes on business and society, including the impact of women in the marketplace, in managerial ranks and in the corporate boardroom.”

I will be giving the penultimate keynote on the topic of “Integrating the Masculine and Feminine.” I will lead participants in an exploration of this question: “What changes can we can make in our habitual ways of thinking and behaving in order to more fully embrace this more balanced new paradigm of leadership?”

And, when I’m not presenting, I will be in the audience taking notes.

Hope to see you there!

http://conscious-capitalism.bentley.edu/

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