SYSTEMIC IMPACT & LEADERSHIP RESEARCH AREA

Researching the applicability and utility of the heuristic and worldview conceptions of the systems sciences in order to find and develop models, prototypes and practical tools for ethical and sustainable practices and conceptions in business, politics, the new cultures, and society at large. This is about enabling innovators, entrepreneurs as well as existing organisations to engage in practices, tools, leadership models and skills which can enable us to collectively bring about the Paradigm Shift.

SYSTEMIC IMPACT & LEADERSHIP RESEARCH BOARD

OTHER RESEARCH AREAS

Health & Medicine
Canvassing new concepts of health and disease as they appear in the work of health-professionals in both clinical and theoretical fields. Concentrating on avant-garde circles in the West, but paying due attention to parallel developments in the East, as well as in indigenous cultures.
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Education
Reviewing new trends and conceptions that promote open multicultural and multidisciplinary learning rather than the traditional teaching of traditional materials. The areas to review include curriculum-development and the practical application of emerging conceptions in beyond-the-school real-world settings.
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Dr. Anneloes Smitsman

Systems Change Specialist

Dr. Anneloes Smitsman (PhD, LLM) is an evolutionary systems scientist, futurist, published author and international trainer for developing our future creative capabilities and collective leadership for a Thrivability Civilization. She holds a Masters degree in Law and Judicial Political Sciences from Leiden University, the Netherlands, and a degree of Doctor from the School of Business and Economics of the University of Maastricht, the Netherlands. Her PhD dissertation Into the Heart of Systems Change, is gaining international traction for the innovative guidance it provides for transitioning to a Thrivability Civilisation, and for how to transform the human systemic barriers in resolving our sustainability crisis.

Anneloes is Founder and CEO of EARTHwise Centre and the lead architect of the EARTHwise Tipping Point System (TPS), which is the practical application of her new paradigm research. TPS facilitates deep collaboration and transformational societal change through co-creative thrivability challenges that form part of Tipping Point Festivals and Music for Social Change Events. Anneloes also provides online New Paradigm Leadership courses in collaboration with the Laszlo Institute.

She has provided training, executive coaching, consultancy, and project development for the Mauritius Government, the Shift Network, UNESCO, the Mauritius Institute of Directors, LUX* Resorts & Hotels, St Regis Hotel, the Mauritius Commercial Bank, and the Indian Ocean Commission, among others. She developed the Education for Sustainability program for the Mauritius Catholic School’s Network through which she trained over 300 teachers, which served as national input for the curriculum innovation in Mauritius. Her multi-stakeholder dialogue process was adopted between 2012 and 2014 in 9 different countries for the UN Rio+20 civil society inputs. She also trained the SIDS (Small Island Developing States) youth leaders under UNESCO for the 2014 UN SIDS Youth inputs for the UN SDG formulations.

Alexander Laszlo

Systemic Innovation & Leadership Specialist

Alexander Laszlo Ph.D. former President and Chair of the Board of Trustees of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS), Director of the Doctoral Program in Technology Innovation and Management at ITBA, Argentina.

He is President of Syntony Leadership, and former Director of the Doctoral Program in Management at the Graduate School of Business Administration & Leadership (EGADE-ITESM).

He has held visiting appointments at the London School of Economics and the European University Institute, and was named Level I Member of the National Research Academy of Mexico (SNI).

He serves on the Editorial Board of several peer reviewed research journals and is the recipient of the Gertrude Albert Heller Award, the Sir Geoffrey Vickers Memorial Award, and the Förderpreis Akademischer Klub award.

Julene Siddique, MA, MMus, CERT

Socio-Systemic Impact Specialist

Julene was nominated as a specialist in the Arts, Humanities and Culture working group of Global Leadership 21, a partnership initiative between the World Academy of Art & Science and UN Geneva (UNOG). She is bringing forward frameworks for arts & impact as well as systemic impact into global frameworks.
 
Julene is working on the new paradigm of social sciences marrying social sciences and systems sciences. Her first socio-systemic frameworks are for high impact innovations and prototyping methods and models for systemic impact and integral societal transformation.
 
She is an advocate of Humane Tech and the 5 Capitals framework. She is also the inventor of Musical Nutrition. Musical Nutrition aims to make systemic impact on the music industry to enable benefit based music distribution and work towards a music-health-lifestlye industry model.

Giacomo Brucciani

Business 4.0 Specialist

Giacomo Brucciani is a Professional Counselor specialized in transactional analysis. He works as a trainer and consultant for companies, organizations and groups. In this area Giacomo deals with organizational behavior, communication and leadership. At the same time, he provides training for parents and teachers.

He graduated in Philosophy at the University of Pisa in 2002 and obtained a PhD degree in History in 2007 at the same university. From 2001 to 2006 Giacomo worked as a Researcher at the Center for National Research (Italy), Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAN) as part of an inter-university collaboration project organized by the anthropology and folklore departments.

From 2005 to 2006 he was part of the European network CLIOHRES.NET as Doctoral Student in Pisa, Italy. Between 2007 and 2008 Giacomo was a postdoctoral fellow at INSMLI – Higher School of Contemporary History in  Milan, Italy. Between 2006 and 2013 he taught History of Eastern Europe and History of the Slavic people with specific assignments at the universities of Pisa, Perugia, Rome La Sapienza.

From 2011 to 2017 he coordinated the projects at the Mario Tobino Foundation in Lucca, Italy and carried out researches regarding mental health, psychiatric assistance and the training of high school and university students on history of madness as well as on the recovery of mental hospital memory.

His study approach is trans-disciplinary and his research fields and publications concern history and philosophy, the theory of complexity and the theory of systems applied to human societies.

Giacomo’s publications:

Alexander Laszlo

Quantum Leadership & Embedded Sustainability

Associate Professor of organizational behavior at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, faculty director for research and outreach of the Fowler Center for Sustainable Value, visiting professor at the Drucker School of Management, Claremont Graduate University, distinguished visiting scholar at Benedictine University, and managing partner of Sustainable Value Partners, a sustainability strategy consulting firm.

Chris Laszlo was selected a “Top 100 Thought Leader in Trustworthy Business Behavior” by Trust Across America.

He is the author of Flourishing Enterprise: The New Spirit of Business, Embedded Sustainability: the Next Big Competitive Advantage, Sustainable Value: How the World’s Leading Companies Are Doing Well by Doing Good and The Sustainable Company. He is also co-author of Quantum Leadership: New Consciousness in Business.

Steve Farrel

Conscious Business

Before Steve Farrell co-founded Humanity’s Team with bestselling author Neale Donald Walsch, he co-founded and led two high-growth technology companies based in Silicon Valley in the 1990s that spanned across both the United States and Europe, were featured on the INC 500 list, and were each operating at more than $75 million in revenue.

By that time, Steve was also an officer in both the Young Entrepreneurs’ Organization and the Young President’s Organization, but he walked away from all of it when he felt a calling to instead play an active role in creating a movement that could help people across the globe connect more deeply with the Oneness of all of Life and the Divine energy of the Universe.

Steve is the Worldwide Executive Director of Humanity’s Team and a member of the Evolutionary Leadership Council. 

He lives with his wife Stephanie and his two children in Boulder, Colorado.

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