Many of us, as formal and informal leaders, are learning that many of our most needed solutions do not exist in current systems of thought and practice. We work tenaciously in isolation, yet it is connection that brings creativity. We obsessively attribute causality to external circumstance, when it is internal awareness that holds greater promise for evolutionary contribution. Many of us know that we live in a time when we need further metamorphosis of our story of mechanical fidgeting with things and parts. We need awareness and alchemy to replace anxiety and authority that is ungrounded. 

The Inner and Outer of Evolutionary Leadership IV is for a different kind of leader and a different kind of story.

• for those irrepressibly compelled to burst into new understandings of reality and to share with their respective teams and organizations

• for those wishing to partner with life’s inherent organizing capacity in more organic, simple and life- enhancing ways

• for those willing to embody matured courage and presence to support real change

• for those hungry to wade further upstream to release us from the torrent of habits, individual and collective, that offer at best convenience and illusion of accomplishment

• for those who realize that the primary practice is consciousness, in which is embedded leadership in organizational system, not the other way around.

The Inner and Outer of Evolutionary Leadership is not a therapy group. It is not a fix. It is a gentle, yet fierce commitment to get real (serious and playful) about exploring paradigmatic edges together and to call bullshit on antiquated yet still rewarded general practice. It is for those of daring to peek our heads above the fray to see who peeks with us. We are not alone. 


Tenneson Woolf  Tenneson comes from the fields of organizational leadership and systems design, helping people be smarter together. He currently hosts leadership trainings, designs large conferences, consults strategic planning.

Kinde Nebeker  Kinde comes from a background of design and design education, transpersonal psychology and ecopsychology. She currently guides wilderness rites of passage trips and supports individuals in their psychological and spiritual development.

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Friday, May 11, 2018

9 am to 4 pm

Snowbird, Utah

$150 for individuals

$125 for teams of 3 or more

(Lunch included)

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 Blackjack Ridge Home, Snowbird, Utah

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Life hangs on a narrative thread. This thread is a braid of stories that inform us about who we are, and where we come from, and where we might go. The thread is slender but strong: we trust it to hold us and allow us to swing over the edge of the known into the future we dream in words.
— Christina Baldwin, Storycatcher