„Why are intersubjective practices so crucial for the times we live in? And why is this of utter importance for the field of leadership?“
There’s a lot of fuzz around leadership. What’s it anyhow, where’s the market going? And how can we use collective intelligence and wisdom to shape the future of leadership?
In today’s podcast we explore:
- In the Mission Statement of the Emerging Leaders Project, we read “Emerging Leaders Project exists to empower current and future leaders to work skillfully with emergence, steward humanity through the Great Transition, and co-create a more beautiful world.” – What makes this endeavor unique as the mission statement reads rather generic?
- Unpacking intersubjective practices: why does it have crucial importance for the great transition ahead? How can we create coherence within us as well as the group field? When there is trust, safety, intimacy, and relatedness you can go quite quickly into a deeper field of coherence in the ‘we’ space. Are we misdefining the ‘we’ space? Can people let go of their egos?
- The evolutionary leap we are in the middle of, is on the threshold of unfolding as a planetary intelligence on a level of coherence as it was not possible before. So, why are these intersubjective practices so crucial for the times we are in?
- We see a lot of things converging in the market over the last years, what’s the unique synthesis of ancient wisdom, collective healing, and social innovation? Emerging Leaders Projects is merging trans-lineage spirituality – as they are all just facets of a jewel of wisdom-love – where we preserve the mystical core of each unique tradition, with neuroscience, quantum physics, and energetic resonance.
Michael Stern is a coach, facilitator, and co-founder of the Emerging Leaders Project, his mission is to support and empower current and future leaders to help humanity navigate the Great Transition and co-create a more beautiful world through synthesizing ancient wisdom, collective healing, and social innovation. He is originally from New York City and currently lives in Portland, Maine. He loves the ocean, mixed martial arts, dope beats, and being a father.