Heartland VisionHolder TeleConversations

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The Heartland VisionHolders are those among us leading through vision in action, demonstrating that having a dream matters. Join us for an hour of generative and renewing conversation with some of the world's foremost thought leaders, where the conversation brings forth our dreams of co-creating a world that works for all.

Each call is FREE and takes place from 7:00-8:00pm CT.
Details on how to dial into the conversation are emailed to you when you register.


"Thank you for convening the tele-session today with Bernie. Great format, flow, masterfully done. You are a great interviewer. Brilliant, really. You remind me of Terry Gross. You ask very perceptive, penetrating questions. I felt very inspired (still do!). In admiration," -Gary Muszynski, One World Music

"You're the best context-setter and interviewer today! Thanks for opportunity to 'play'". -Richard Leider

Read the Heartland Circle blog for posts on previous great interviews. Add your comments!


 Peggy Holman
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November 16: Engaging Emergence: Turning Upheaval into Opportunity
with Peggy Holman (bio)
Consultant and Author
Engaging Emergence

Change is everywhere these days, so much so that it can seem like barely-controlled chaos. As a result, increasing numbers of leaders, managers, workers and change agents feel overwhelmed. Some see too many choices, while others see no choices at all. But sometimes within this seeming chaos are the seeds of a higher order.  Science calls the process of a new system arising from the ashes of the old emergence. Understanding the phenomenon of emergence can help leaders to gracefully and successfully cope with change and emerge stronger and more purposeful. 

In her profound and insightful book, Peggy offers new ways to think about the potential upheaval contains as a source of emergent change and shows how to engage it productively. This is is an art more than a science, so Holman offers practices that tell you not precisely what to do but rather how to approach disruptive situations–what to notice, what to explore, what to try, what mindset will leave you most open to identifying the new paradigm as it emerges. She grounds these practices in five overarching principles that apply the scientific understanding of emergence in the natural world to social and organizational change processes. Real-world stories of collapse and renewal serve to illustrate these principles and practices in action. And Holman outlines three questions to help you work compassionately, creatively and wisely with the entire arc of the change process, from coherence to disruption to renewal.

This work can be difficult—the end is rarely in sight and the outcome is often uncertain. But it can also be tremendously exciting. Our survival in an increasingly unpredictable world is at stake, and working consciously with emergence is a promising pathway to doing something about it.
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 David Sibbet
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December 14: Visual Leadership: The Importance of Listening
with David Sibbet
President and founder of The Grove Consultants International and author of the new book, Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity

Visual Meetings bookThe Grove Consultants International offers consulting services, design services, workshops and do-it-yourself tools to enable organizations, teams and individuals to visualize and implement change. Highly adaptable and highly visual, their services and tools have helped the California Academy of Sciences, HP, Nike, Visa and the U.S. Department of Education and other noteworthy organizations achieve measurable results.

Visualization is a power tool for leadership that creates a new language for process. David, longtime TLG Member and community participant, is a pioneer and world leader in the area of graphic facilitation and visual thinking. "When I set out on this path years ago, I thought of process leadership and group graphics as a performance art very much like music. I’ve even called it 'conceptual jazz.'”

Here's how this applies to your leadership:
- Interpersonal engagement
- Creating a systems-thinking environment
- Creating commitment
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