LEADERSHIP INNOVATION LUNCHEON
FOR GRADUATES OF THE LEADERSHIP PILGRIMAGE AND ANYONE INTERESTED IN
THE INSTITUTE FOR SOUL-CENTERED LEADERSHIP
Who Do We Choose to Be?
The Interspiritual Age and What it means for Transformative Leadership
Thought leaders and wisdom teachers agree that we are living on the cusp of a new way of leading and being
in the 21st century. They agree that if we are to survive and flourish we must move from an economy based on
egosystem, that is, me and what I can get for myself, to an economy based on ecosystem, that is, an economy
based on the good of the whole. This is an economy that bases its success not on the gross national product but
rather on the wellbeing of the whole. As Margaret Wheatley has stated, “A culture focused on individual freedom
can only result in narcissism, polarization and loneliness.
What is the meaning of life when it is all about me?”
Join Patty Speier and Joe Barry as they lead us in
an exploration of what it means to be a leader in the
interspiritual age who can play a pivotal role in “facing
reality, claiming leadership, and restoring sanity.”
CEU Accredited: Earn a 1-hr continuing ed. certificate.
Patricia Speier, DMin & Joe Barry, MA
May 10 (F)
$30 (Includes lunch. Pre-registration required.)
Discount: Save $20 by registering for all four Leadership
Innovation Luncheons: $100 (Includes May 10, Jul 25, Oct 11, 2019 and Feb 7, 2020. Includes lunch.)
Patricia Speier, DMin & Joe Barry, MA. Both are
experienced workshop facilitators and master teachers. Patricia
is the Director of The Seton Cove and an Associate Professor of
Pastoral Ministries at Seminary of the Southwest. Joe has more
than twenty-five years of facilitating, teaching, and consulting
in the non-profit, faith-based and educational sectors.