Social Ecology in Holistic Leadership: A Guide for Collaborative Organizational Development and Transformation

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Emerald Publishing Limited
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.61 inches | 0.86 pounds

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About the Author
Erik Lemcke is an Emeritus member of the Association for Social Development (ASD). He has also been a member of International Organization Development Association (IODA), co-founder of "GLOBENET3" as an international civil society organization (CSO) and was co-initiator of the "Transition Town" movement in Denmark 2009.
'Few books bring the depth of knowledge and about Personal, Organizational and Cultural Change then this one. This easy-to-read book traces the roots of Social Ecology and gives numerous tools to create deeply effective consultation and organizational health. It is a Must-Read for senior practitioners and academicians in the field of social, personal and organizational change.'--Marc A. Silverman, Past President of International Organization Development Association

In his new book, Social Ecology in Holistic Leadership, Erik Lemcke gives facilitators, consultants and trainers invaluable insights and practical methods for healing social and organizational life. Clear, full of living images, theoretical perspectives and helpful case studies, it is a treasure chest waiting to be discovered and unpacked. I highly recommend it.

--Christopher Schaefer, Ph.D. Author of "Vision in Action", "Partnerships of Hope: Building Waldorf School Communities," and "Re-Imaging America: Finding Hope in Difficult Times".
'As humanity moves from the age of competition to the age of collaboration, many people are beginning to realize that we need a shift in worldview and a shift in consciousness if we are to survive and are to create a flourishing and sustainable world. This Guide provides the framework for this shift as well as the tools and skills needed to get individuals, systems and humanity from what doesn't work to what works for all.'--Judi Neal, Ph.D. CEO, Edgewalkers International
"Deeply grounded in tried and tested theory, methods and social processes arising from action research, this guide is a handy yet profound resource for guiding organizational renewal, and for thriving in this age of disruption. It's a real work of insight and love."--Martin Large, facilitator, author, Social Ecology (1981) and Common Wealth for a more free, equal, mutual and sustainable society (2010)