Consciousness and Business: Bridging the Span
- Consciousness and Business: Bridging the Span
- November 14, 2013
- 7:15 PM - 8:45 PM
- Pleasant Hill - Main University Campus
100 Ellinwood Way
, CA 94523-4817
- Nov 14
Join JFK University's Consciousness & Transformative Studies as they present John Renesch, businessman-turned-futurist and award-winning author, and Thomas L. Eddington, executive coach and CEO, FutureShapers, LLC, for a discussion of the “new paradigm business movement.” They will share their personal experiences and their vision for bridging between meaningful work and financial return, sustainable practices and personal fulfillment, and the integration of consciousness into organizational leadership. They will also cover various change methodologies, some that have worked and many that have not.
Attendees will be invited to engage in an interactive process based on the presentation and a Q&A will follow.
About the Presenters
John Renesch has spent almost half a century as a businessman/entrepreneur, having started and managed a variety of enterprises in the fields of real estate, securities, advertising and entertainment. Since 1986, he has been working in the field of social and organizational transformation, having published 14 books and hundreds of articles on these subjects. He has been writing and speaking about conscious leadership for over twenty years. He co-founded the International Spirit at Work Award in 2002, is a past member and project advisor of the World Future Society, current member and Inaugural Board Chair of the Shaping Tomorrow’s Foresight Network.
Thomas L. Eddington is a veteran executive coach, former partner in an international consulting firm and the CEO of FutureShapers, LLC. FutureShapers certifies hosts/facilitators for executive peer groups called Roundtables, where members have a shared aspiration of becoming more self-aware and leading more consciously. He holds B.A. degrees in Business and Psychology and an M.S. degree in Organization Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been an adjunct professor in the City University (London) M.B.A. program. He is a Board member for a number of organizations, including the Institute of Career Certification International.