Title of contribution:
A second-tier perspective on coronavirus in times of climate emergency
Where & when:
Presentation: A second-tier perspective on coronavirus in times of climate emergency
As integrally informed people, we want to have the largest possible perspective on the current crisis. How is our human perspective changed if we look at it from a non-human perspective? To me, this question has brought new insights and new capacities of the heart. But from an integral perspective, insights and capacities also call for action. Saying we shouldn’t go back to normal isn’t enough. How can we really take a fork in the road? I’ve been thinking about this and want to share three powerful demands we could put into the public conversation.
About Frederic Laloux:
Frederic Laloux tries to square, not always easily, the many projects he is passionate about with his inner knowing that he is meant to live a simple life, spending much time with his family and whenever possible in the silent presence of trees.
Frederic’s book Reinventing Organizations has sold more than 500,000 copies and is considered by many to be the most influential business book of this decade. Described as “groundbreaking,” “world-changing,” and “a leap in management thinking” by some of the most respected scholars of management and human development, it has sparked a global movement with hundreds, probably thousands of organizations adopting radically more powerful and soulful management practices.
A former Associate Partner with McKinsey & Company, Laloux holds an MBA from INSEAD, and a degree in coaching from Newfield Network in Boulder, Colorado. He has traveled widely and speaks five languages. Frederic Laloux lives in Ithaca, NY, USA, where he is blessed to share his life with his wife, Hélène, and their two children.