Peter Senge is senior lecturer at Sloan School of Management at MIT, founding chair of the Society of Organizational Learning (SoL), and co-founder of the Academy for Systemic Change, which seeks to accelerate the growth of the field of systemic change worldwide.
Peter is author of three books, including The Fifth Discipline, with more than 2 million copies sold, and recognized by Harvard Business Review as ”one of the seminal management books of the last 75 years,” and one of five most important management books by the Financial Times.
The Journal of Business Strategy named Peter one of 24 people who had the greatest influence on business strategy in the 20th century. His work centers on promoting shared understanding of complex issues and leadership for healthier human systems and involves cross-sector projects focused on global food systems, climate change, regenerative economies, and the future of education. Peter was named part of The Thousand Talents Plan to help China become a leader in systemic change.
November 5-12, 2017
Eve Ekman, MSW, PhD | Ryan Redman, MA
This weeklong training begins with an introduction to Cultivating Emotional Balance (CEB) that includes experiential exercises and lectures on the…
June 23-25, 2017
Erika Rosenberg, PhD
The human face reveals our deepest feelings. Yet often we are so involved in our own emotional reactions that we…
October 1-6, 2017
Amie Valpone, HHC, AADP
Millions of us suffer from unwanted, uncomfortable, non-specific symptoms, whether it’s acne, bloating, or headaches. Many more of us are…
June 23-30, 2017
Laurel Parnell, PhD
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a powerful therapeutic method for healing trauma-based problems. Informed by research in contemporary…