Moods and emotions have an ambiguous place in our understanding of leadership these days. I just got off a call with participants in one of a coaching program I teach in, and the examples they gave of client reactions and challenges show that many in our culture are not willing to look at emotions as […]
After much encouragement, we are going to begin the Institute for Generative Leadership (IGL) blog in earnest. I will be a regular voice in the conversation, along with the members of IGL coaching team, and other guest “speakers.” What do we have to say? And why is it relevant? Our work together over the last […]
Bob Dunham will be presenting the morning of Saturday, June 25, at the Presidio Graduate School Executive Certificate Program in San Francisco, and speaking that afternoon to a meeting of the Presidio Alumni at Fort Mason in San Francisco.
June 9-11 I’ll be delivering a Foundations of Generative Leadership 3-day workshop for the PeaceHealth Hospital system, as part of a continuing 2 year in-house Generative Leadership Program that is training leaders to make a difference in health care. We have about 50 people in the program, and a group of graduates that are focusing […]
We at the Institute for Generative Leadership have been working on the questions “what is leadership” for over 30 years, and have come up with criteria that we call “generative.” This means that the distinctions of leadership that we use are observable, executable, learnable and improvable through practice, and that produce the outcomes that we […]