What capacities are needed to bring forth a better future from our present global challenges? In her newly released book, The Way of the Mysterial Woman, visionary scholar, coach, and futurist Dr. Susan Cannon, in collaboration with co-author Suzanne Anderson, has developed a road map, a “source code” for fully activating a radical new way of being. In this conversation, Patricia Albere and Dr. Cannon will explore this “mysterial” way of being and leading that is beyond feminine or masculine models ‒ it is an ability to open to and navigate the mystical unknown and uncertainties of our present time while simultaneously bridging between polar realms of self/other, conscious/unconscious, feminine/masculine to discover creative new solutions.
What is the Mysterial Way? How do we enter it, and what does it make possible – in our lives and for our world? Join us for a beautiful exploration of this opening to a new future on May 24th at 11AM-12PM PT.
Listen LIVE on www.contacttalkradio.com, Tuesday, May 24th at 11am PST/2pm EST.
Susan Cannon, PhD, interdisciplinary scholar-practitioner, author, integral master coach, and futurist brings 25+ years to innovation, learning, and change in human systems. She is a partner at Vollett Executive Coaching, professor of Organizational Development and Leadership at Fielding Graduate University, and founding faculty at The Shift Leadership Academy. Susan is a pioneer in women’s leadership development and co-author of the groundbreaking 2016 book The Way of The Mysterial Woman: Upgrading How You Live Love and Lead. She is a contributing author to the 2015 International Leadership Association book Leadership 2050. Her work history includes engineering and senior executive positions, historic global change projects, three Association of Washington Business awards, and multiple patents. Susan’s degrees include a B.S. Engineering Physics, Texas Tech University; M.S. Chemical Engineering, Purdue University; and Ph.D. Integral Studies with a concentration in Transformative Learning and Change in Human Systems, California Institute of Integral Studies.