National Park Advisory Board, including Meg, resigns en masse
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Meg will be entering her eighth winter retreat in Crestone, Colorado for 60 days of silent, solo meditation, study, and practice.
Meg Wheatley’s latest book, Who Do We Choose To Be? Facing Reality | Claiming Leadership | Restoring Sanity will be published in June 2017 by Berrett-Koehler.
Meg offers as a gift 14 weeks of pages from Perseverance to support us as we journey through this darkness.
Meg Wheatley received the 2nd Annual Clara Snell Woodbury Distinguished Women’s Leadership Award April 15, 2016 in Burbank CA. Clara Snell Woodbury was the second wife of Francis Chute Woodbury who founded the university in 1884. She was a leader in her own right in those times: helping young women develop technical skills to eventually […]
Margaret Wheatley has been honored by The Loretto Women’s Network (LWN), awarding her the 2015 Mary Rhodes Award for her international work with women and grass roots traditions. The Loretto Community is a religious community comprised of the Sisters of Loretto and the Co-members of Loretto. The Loretto Women’s Network is a group of feminists […]
Wheatley publishes her eighth book, written just after her 70th birthday, a highly personal and reflective memoir of her experiences with sacred world, written in poetic form with dozens of her photographs as well. Each of my books is an invitation to see the world with new eyes. Yet unlike my previous seven books, How Does […]
November 2014 Meg Wheatley shifted the field of leadership in 1992 with the publication of her book, Leadership and the New Science. The book was a revelation to scholars and leadership professionals, utilizing systems thinking, quantum physics, and chaos theory to create a new paradigm of organizational change and development. A bestseller, Leadership and the New Science has […]
September 2014, Portland Oregon On September 26, 2014, Meg was deeply moved to be present for the inauguration of a school named after her in Portland Oregon (Multinomah Service District). This school serves children ages 5-21 who experience multiple educational challenges and medical complexities. One of only a few such schools in the nation, the […]
- National Park Advisory Board, including Meg, resigns en masseFebruary 5, 2018 - 5:59 pm
- Meg Enters 2018 RetreatNovember 1, 2017 - 3:47 am
- New Book in 2017: Who Do We Choose to Be?December 18, 2016 - 3:21 pm
- For Persevering People Email SeriesDecember 18, 2016 - 3:13 pm
- Meg Receives 2nd Annual Clara Snell Woodbury Distinguished Women’s Leadership AwardApril 15, 2016 - 4:09 am
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