About

This manifesto is designed to give readers an overview of the new field of Integral Leadership that has been pioneered over the past decade by colleagues at the Integral Institute in Colorado and the Stagen Leadership Academy in Texas. While it does not contain the dozens of stories and case studies (and detailed application examples) that the forthcoming book will contain, it does offer the core concepts that makes up Integral Leadership in an easy-to-understand format. Brett Thomas and Russ Volckman’s forthcoming book on Integral Leadership will be published in 2013 by Integral Publishers. If you like this high-level and brief manifesto, you will love the full book.

Background on the Author

Brett Thomas is a master CEO and Change Agent Coach. He is co-founder of Stagen where he serves as the Director of Research and Development and the Director of Integral I.P. Solutions. He is the author and architect of the best-in-class 52-week intensive Integral Leadership Program (now in its 10th year). Brett is a 20-year veteran in the field of human performance and organizational development having designed and facilitated hundreds of workshops and corporate training programs. Brett has logged well over 10,000 hours coaching CEOs and executives.

Brett is an active leader in the integral movement and a senior faculty member of the Integral Institute where he co-developed integral leadership with Ken Wilber. Brett served many years as the Managing Director of the Integral Institute Business and Leadership Centerand on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice. He currently serves as a coach and strategic advisor to the Integral Institute’s Senior Leadership Team. Brett also serves on the boards of both Integral Leadership Review and Integral Publishers.

He has published hundreds of pages of applied integral theory—including in the prestigious Journal of Integral Theory and Practice—and has co-designed and co-delivered numerous international conferences and seminars on applied integral theory.