Werner Erhard, in a discussion with Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Dr. Jonathan Moreno, comments on his ideas, career, work, the way the controversies of the est program as well and its accomplishments affected society, as well as what he has been doing since the early days of est.
A team of researchers from Oregon Health & Science University, lead by Dr. Nancy Carney, have been conducting a study to assess and document the results people produce in their lives out of their participation in the Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership Course. We are pleased to announce…
When it comes to our leadership, integrity it important for the individuals, groups and organizations we lead because it creates workability and allows for maximum performance. Register for the free webinar “Integrity: Without It Nothing Works”, a live Q&A session with Dr. Michael Jensen.
With so much information about leadership these days, we are inundated with strategies, tips and tricks to becoming a leader and developing the characteristics of a leader. But what does all this information have to do with actually being a leader if our life — in the areas and with the people that matter most to us?
With all the other leadership training available, what’s distinct about the Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership Course? The approach used in this program – the ontological and phenomenological models of leadership – leaves people actually being a leader, and actually exercising leadership effectively as their natural self-expression.