I am a registered Architect and have a background in Civil Engineering. I am married and have two children, two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. My wife and I currently live in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
My first contact with Transformative Leadership was in the early 1980’s when I was fortunate enough to take the course from Eloy Anello, one of the authors. In the last couple of years, I have facilitated the course several times for a local NGO and most recently for a local Community College, a branch of the University and an early college high school. I also have been assisting the faculty for Transformative Leadership with the Wilmette Institute.
Transformative Leadership is a wonderful tool to introduce new ways of working with individuals and groups. With such diverse views of the world, there is a need for constructive conversations among those who are working towards a better world through dialog and action. These relationships can develop through a better understanding of how the traditional mental models in society don’t lead to unity of thought and action. When the concepts in this course are applied, conceptual frameworks are developed whereby people can explore truth together viewed through each individual’s personal lens, contributing this view to the group for a better understanding of reality and how to work towards a more peaceful world.