EMERGE Faculty are available for mentoring services. Mentoring sessions include either coaching (listening, probing, and facilitating) or consulting (listening, clarifying and advising), whichever is specified by the mentee, and will be using the framework of the EMERGE Leadership Model. These sessions may be conducted by phone, Google Hangout, or in-person at a location mutually determined between mentor and mentee. Fee $200/hr. Special packages are available for EMERGE Alumni.
Fee: $200 per hour. Special three-session packages (at $300 a package) are available for EMERGE Alumni only. Payments can be via check or Paypal (with a slight surcharge for Paypal).
EMERGE Faculty available for mentoring currently include: Kathleen O’Brien, Ann Edminster, and John Cunningham. To arrange mentoring services, please contact Kathleen O’Brien at the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources for Alumni
Currently registered students and alumni have access to an additional Alumni Resources section. The password has been sent to you in your registration or course materials.
EMERGE Workshop alumni are eligible for one 60-minute long FREE mentoring session after completing the EMERGE Leadership workshop. Scheduling information for this free session will be provided at your workshop. In addition, alumni will be eligible for a special mentoring package of three sessions for $300. Learn more.
Alumni are also eligible to repeat EMERGE Leadership workshops. The EMERGE Leadership Project will be releasing ”refresher” seats in the weeks just prior to the workshop in question, as it is based on availability. Refresher seats are available for $195 and include the workshop and one complimentary mentoring session. (In the case of the Islandwood Residency, lodging, if required, will be additional.) Learn more.
Recommended Reading List
- A Higher Standard of Leadership: Lessons from the Life of Gandhi, by Keshavan Nair
- Changing for Good: A Revolutionary Six-Stage Program for Overcoming Bad Habits and Moving Your Life Positively Forward, by James Prochanska et. al.
- Confessions of a Radical Industrialist: Profits, People, Purpose–Doing Business by Respecting the Earth, by Ray Anderson with Robin White
- Credibility: how leaders gain and lose it, why people demand it and The leadership challenge (3rd ed.) both by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner
- Flourish, Martin Seligman
- Good To Great, by Jim Collins
- “How Great Leaders Inspire Action” Simon Sinek, TED Talk
- Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, by R. Cialdini
- Leadership in Organizations, by Gary Yukl
- Leadership and the New Science: Discovering Order in a Chaotic World, by Margaret J. Wheatley
- Let Your Life Speak: Listening for the Voice of Vocation, and A Hidden Wholeness – The Journey Toward an Undivided Life: Welcoming the Soul and Weaving Community in a Wounded World, both by Parker J. Palmer
- Moral Intelligence: Enhancing business performance & leadership success, by Doug Lennick, and Fred Kiel
- On Dialogue, by David Bohm
- Power vs. Force: The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, by David R. Hawkins
- Reality is Broken: Why Games Make us Better, by Jane McGonigal
- Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back, by Andrew Zolli
- Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard, by Chip and Dan Heath
- The Case for Working with Your Hands, Or, Why Office Work Is Bad for Us and Fixing Things Feels Good, by Matthew Crawford
- The Congruent Life, by C. Michael Thompson
- The Geography of Nowhere, by James Howard Kunstler.
- The New Golden Age: The coming Revolution against Political Corruption and Economic Chaos, by Ravi Batra.
- The Power of Sustainable Thinking: How to Create a Positive Future for the Climate, the Planet, Your Organization and Your Life, by Bob Doppelt
- The Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership: Practicing the Wisdom of Leading by Serving, by James W. Sipe and Don M. Frick.
- The Systems Thinking Playbook: Exercises to Stretch & Build Learning and Systems Thinking Capabilities, by Linda Booth Sweeney & Dennis Meadows
- Thinking in Systems, by Donella H. Meadows
- World as Lover, World as Self: Courage for Global Justice and Ecological Renewal and Widening Circles: A Memoir, Joanna Macey
- Zugunruhe , by Jason McLennan
Also: Class Notes on Learning & Memory: