The Arlington Institute is pleased to announce the fourth lecture in its TAI PRESENTS series related to different aspects of big global change. Joseph Jaworski, author of Synchronicity and co-author of Presence: An Exploration of Profound Change in People, Organizations, and Society, two critically acclaimed books discussing emerging theories of leadership, learning, and change, will join us on Thursday April 26th at 5:30pm, for a public presentation.
Joseph Jaworski has devoted much of his life to exploring the deeper dimensions of transformational leadership. As Chairman of Generon Consulting and co-founder of the Global Leadership Initiative, he collaborates with leaders who understand that their personal journey is inextricably linked to their organization’s future, and works with clients on large-scale organization transformation.
Mr. Jaworski is one of the nation’s top experts in transformational leadership. He began his career as an attorney at a large Houston based law firm, where he was a senior partner and member of the executive committee. In 1980, Mr. Jaworski founded the American Leadership Forum, which focused on promoting civic leadership in the United States. In 1990 he joined the Royal Dutch/Shell Group in London to head their team of scenario planners. While there he radically altered the way the company looks at scenarios. Under his tenure Shell began to focus not only on predicting futures, but on creating better ones. Upon returning from London, Mr. Jaworski joined the Board of Governors at the MIT Center for Organizational Learning and co-founded the Society for Organizational Learning.