Month: December 2016

Episode #04 – with Jason Ighani

Jason is a leadership/team coach and consultant with over 15 years of experience in the fields of human development and organizational health. He works extensively within the United Nations system, with agencies such as UNICEF, UNFPA, UNDP and the UN Secretariat, primarily in the areas of leadership development, team performance and staff wellbeing. He is also a founder of The Humanitarian Coaching Network,(www.thehcn.org) an initiative developed to support the wellbeing and development of humanitarian staff. He has lived and worked in Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Eastern Europe, and currently divides his time between the United States and Costa Rica.

Episode #03 – with Joe Brewer

Joe Brewer is a complexity researcher and evangelist for the field of culture design. He is co-founder and editor for Evonomics magazine, research director for TheRules.org, and coordinator for the newly forming Cultural Evolution Society. He lives in Seattle and travels the world helping humanity make the transition to sustainability.

Joe has a unique background in physics, math, philosophy, atmospheric science, complexity research, and cognitive linguistics.

He has spoken at many global conferences on the science of social change and the human dimensions of planetary sustainability. And has given workshops on three continents about the workings of the human mind and the strategic tools for designing and enacting positive change in the world.