Who Do We Choose to Be? The Interspiritual Age and What it means for Transformative Leadership

for Graduates of the Leadership Pilgrimage and anyone interested in the Institute for Soul-Centered 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, is Executive Director of the Seton Cove and Director of Formation for Ascension Health. She is a spiritual director, teacher, and retreat facilitator who specializes in the use of literature and writing for spiritual growth and ethical development. She is passionate about the connection between Spirituality and Leadership and has developed the Leadership Pilgrimage, a yearlong intensive for leaders in all fields (business, medicine, law, religion, non-profit) which is now in its 15h year. She is the founder of the Institute for Soul-Centered Leadership at the Seton Cove which helps leaders tap into their authentic power and connect to the source of their leadership. Speier is a 2008 DMin graduate of Perkins School of Theology and a graduate of Seminary of the Southwest. She has studied spirituality at the Pecos Benedictine Monastery in New Mexico and Integral Spirituality with Ken Wilbur. She is a participant in and advocate of Otto Scharmer’s Societal Transformation work.
Joe Barry, MA, is the Director of Ministry Formation for Ascension Texas. He has more than twenty years experience facilitating, teaching, and consulting in the non-profit, corporate, faith-based and educational sectors. He enjoys working with individuals and groups to promote their growth in leadership skills, team development, and self-knowledge. Joe holds an MA in Applied Behavioral Sciences from City University of Seattle, Washington, and BA in Theology from the University of Notre Dame. He is a graduate of Leadership Austin and certified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and a certified instructor for Crucial Conversations, Crucial Confrontations, Influencer and DDI (Development Dimensions International).


$30.00 Everyone
$27.00 Seton, Ascension & Providence Associates


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