Friday, November 24th, 2017

Bill Joiner’s Leadership Agility® Blog

Continued writing with occasional podcasts on Leadership Agility, the research-based book on stages of personal and leadership development. This blog captures and extends the book's key ideas; shares new insights, research, and applications from client work; and shows how Leadership Agility relates to current issues.  Comments welcome!  You can also follow Bill on Twitter: @leaderagility

Featured Book

December 15, 2006 by
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Today we were honored to find that LeadershipNow has chosen Leadership Agility as the featured book for the December issue of its monthly e-newsletter, the Communique. (See my Dec. 6 post). The purpose of this electronic newsletter is described as follows: Focusing on leadership issues, we hope to help you separate what truly matters from […]

Two More Reader Reviews

December 10, 2006 by
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We now have two more reader reviews on Amazon – both 5-star. On Nov. 21, Matt Brubaker posted a review saying, “Leadership Agility is an actionable framework, immediately applicable to coaching and team development work. … Readers of Ken Wilber will also find Leadership Agility to be a relevant contribution to the emerging dialogue about […]

Wangari Maathai

December 8, 2006 by
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Speaking of LeadershipNow (see previous post), this website has a quote on its home page that is very consistent with the core message of Leadership Agility: “In the course of history, there comes a time when humanity is called to shift to a new level of consciousness, to reach a higher moral ground. A time […]

Leadership Now

December 6, 2006 by
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Yesterday, we received an email from LeadershipNow editor, Michael McKinney, saying that he had just reviewed Leadership Agility on their blog, called Leading Blog. It’s a very well crafted review, reflecting a good understanding of the book, and it has some very nice graphics as well. If you’d like to read a good, accurate overview […]