Presenters: Bios and Session Decriptions

Speaker Sessions

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

1:30-4:30pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions

Leza Danly & Jeanine Mancusi

Claiming Your Role in the Global Great Story
The Global Great Story is a profound shift of consciousness from separation to connection. As you expand your perception of the monumental change going on for humanity, you can see how the specific journey of your life has prepared you to take a leadership role in the loving evolution of our global consciousness. You can claim your unique Great Story with clarity and confidence. We will illuminate the 5 Pillars of the Visionary Leader, and offer breakthrough techniques to give you the depth and substance to hold your own anywhere, anytime, with anyone.

Chuck Allen

The Hero Must Die
In our increasingly complex world, we can no longer depend upon the singular genius of one individual. The best answers will come from diverse groups. An exploration of scientific research on individual and group identity, along with tools for building collaborative mindsets.

Caitlin Toombs & Carlo Bos

Unleashing Co-Active Innovation!
How amazing would our world be if organizations and corporations became increasingly Co-Active! And, across the globe, these same entities are perpetually pursuing innovation. We see Design Thinking as a powerful “Trojan Horse” for helping the world genuinely become more Co-Active and innovative. Design Thinking is a universal, engaging and strategic process that allows groups, teams, and communities to imagine and create fulfilling, desirable futures for the products and services they offer, and the customers they serve. And we know that the power of this process is amplified when it is done Co-Actively. Join us to explore some elements and tools of Design Thinking and make compelling linkages to Co-Activity. And then, take these tools into the world so that the collective WE becomes even more creative and Co-Active!

Pat Carrington House, Ken Mossman & Mike Bornhorst

Exploring the Tribal Mind Through Masculine/Feminine Energies
When we start to be in relationship with Masculine and Feminine energies – free of cultural, individual, historical and societal wounds – we can access the wholeness of ourselves and the joy of partnership with one another. Join us to engage in a powerful exploration of the mind and consciousness of”We”.

WhiteEagle & WindEagle

The First People had questions and they were free. The Second People had answers and they were enslaved. Are we the First People or the Second People?
Join WindEagle and WhiteEagle for an experience of becoming The First People. We will quest into how to journey from the ‘me’ to the ‘we’ and what roadblocks we must overcome on the way. Come to sit in council and experience how to source universal wisdom so that we may remember how to source a deeper wisdom that will inform the journey ahead for the planet and for all of us.

Friday, April 11, 2014

9:00-10:30amDave Logan – Keynote The Tribal “We”

1:30-4:00pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions

Lynne Twist

There is Enough for Everyone
All around the world, people are trapped in a lie of scarcity. This illusion is the source of so many of our current global issues. However, there is enough for everyone if we can only open our hearts and minds to a new way.

Angeles Arrien

Collaborative Leadership
In today’s world, strong leadership calls for collaboration and cross-cultural wisdom and understanding.

Kat Koppett & Michael Burns

The Power of Performance
Successful professionals in any field, just like accomplished actors, are in command of their presence, clear about their objectives, connected to their audience – and possess the range, creativity and charisma to achieve their most audacious goals. An exploration of how to use the power of improvisational theater and storytelling to generate a universal and unifying experience.

Marita Fridjhon

Systems Inspired Leadership: Moving from an Ego System to an Eco System.
The complexity of the 21st century workplace requires a new paradigm, a Systems-Oriented Leadership model. Participants will be called upon to imagine that new paradigm, and be inspired to engage their business coaching clients in a new way.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

11:00am-12:30pm Brian Swimme – Keynote The Cosmic “We”

Note: This agenda only includes keynotes and breakout sessions. There are many other exciting activities and surprises in store – and let’s not forget about the CTI party on Friday, April 11! Click here for the Agenda.

Session Presenter Bios

Chuck Allen, PCC, CPCC
Chuck Allen is the Co-Founder of Organic Communication, a consulting firm that provides coaching and training in communication, leadership and conflict management. Chuck is on the faculty of CTI, and is an Executive Coach for the Executive MBA Program of Loyola Marymount University. Chuck is launching The Narrative Leader, a program for leaders that uses storytelling as a platform for personal, professional and organizational transformation.
angeles-arrienAngeles Arrien, Ph.D.
Angeles Arrien, Ph.D., is a cultural anthropologist, award-winning author, educator, and  business consultant. She lectures and conducts workshops worldwide, bridging cultural anthropology, psychology, and comparative religions. She is the President of the Foundation for Cross-Cultural Education and Research. Her books, including The Four-Fold Way: Walking the Paths of the Warrior, Teacher, Healer, and Visionary, have been translated into thirteen languages and she has received three honorary doctorate degrees in recognition of her work.
carlo-bosCarlo Bos, M.Ed., ACC, CPCC
Carlo Bos is the founder of Bos & Company Leadership Inc. Drawing upon close to a decade of experience, he works with accelerating leaders up to senior executives, helping them address complex leadership opportunities related to team leadership, influence and personal impact. His passion is to see leaders take courageous steps to push through barriers and attain new levels of performance.
mike-bornhorstMike Bornhorst LICSW, CPCC
Mike is the owner of Offshore Life Coaching, and Shovelfish Counseling Solutions, providing psychotherapy for men. Mike is dedicated to healing the masculine in our world and to empowering men everywhere to be whole, free and fully alive.
leza-danlyMichael Burns
Kat Koppett's husband, Michael Burns, is Artistic Director and Founder of a sister company, The Mop & Bucket Company, specializing in programs for those with learning challenges. The company uses improvisation as a direct form of entertainment in performance; as a developmental tool that helps individuals in their own personal development, and as an interactive training tool for businesses and nonprofits.
pat-carrington-housePat Carrington-House, PCC, CPCC
Pat is a coach and CTI Leadership leader. He is founder of Dolphin Leadership Inc., a coaching and leadership training company that works with teams, individuals, and organizations nationally and internationally. Pat is a long time student and practitioner of The Beauty Way teachings , an ancient, wisdom tradition which fosters wholeness, balance and self-authority in the individual and leads to heightened consciousness and expansive thinking among the collective group.
leza-danlyLeza Danly, MCC, CPCC
Leza Danly has been teaching metaphysics and spirituality for thirty-five years. She is the Founder and Co-Director of Lucid Living, training visionary leaders and coaches to embrace the personal transformation work necessary to embody the soul of global change. The Lucid Living curriculum is built around the 5 Pillars of the Visionary Leader. Leza is passionate about liberating emotional authenticity, the wellspring of miracles.
Marita Fridjhon, MSW, ORSC Certified, PCC, CPCC
Marita Fridjhon is the co-owner and CEO of CRR Global. She designs curriculum and operates training programs in Relationship Systems Work for coaches, executives and teams.She has an international mentor coaching practice of individuals, partnerships and teams. Her primary focus in coaching is on systemic change, leveraging diversity, creative communication, deep democracy in conflict management and the development of Learning Organizations.
Kat Koppett
Kat holds a B.F.A. in Drama and an M.A. in Organizational Psychology, and continually seeks to combine the wisdom and strengths of both disciplines to create programs that are both practical and transformative. Her book Training to Imagine: Practical Improvisational Theatre Techniques to Enhance Creativity, Teamwork, Leadership, and Learning, is considered a seminal work in the field of Applied Improv. Kat owns Koppett & Company – a training, coaching and consulting group specializing in the application of improvisational theatre and storytelling techniques.
Jeanine Mancusi, MCC, CPCC
Jeanine Mancusi is a Master Certified Coach and a Co-Director of Lucid Living. Lucid Living trains visionary coaches and leaders to guide their clients through the courageous emotional journey from painful separation to enchanted connection. Calling upon the 5 Pillars of the Visionary Leader, Jeanine is committed to helping her clients embrace the freedom and the fun of the sacred journey.
Ken Mossman, CPCC, MFA
Ken is the owner of Cirrus Leadership, specializing in coaching Men - particularly those who want to better understand and enjoy the full spectrum of consciously integrated adult masculinity. Ken is a faculty member with CTI as well as a Certification Program Leader and Supervisor.
Caitlin Toombs
Caitlin Toombs is a Senior Associate, Program Development with Continuum, a global innovation and design consultancy. Caitlin works closely with organizations to understand their business challenges and desire to be more innovative, and designs programs to solve the issues at hand.
Lynne Twist
Lynne Twist is a recognized global visionary committed to alleviating poverty and hunger and supporting social justice and environmental sustainability. From working with Mother Teresa in Calcutta to the refugee camps in Ethiopia, Lynne’s work inspired her to write the award-winning best-seller “The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life”. Lynne is owner of The Soul of Money Institute and co-owner of The Pachamama Alliance, dedicated to preserving the Earth’s tropical rainforest by empowering the indigenous people who are its central custodian.

Born in 1953, WhiteEagle is a mixed blood of BlackFoot, Cheyenne and Spanish descent. As Keeper of the Delicate Lodge Teachings since 2000, WhiteEagle has been traveling the world offering this bundle of ancient knowledge wherever their seeds of wisdom take root and grow. Her goal is to make sure that this bundle of wisdom stays alive and accessible by continuing to offer the healing it contains to the human realm during this great time of transformation in the consciousness of our human species. She has worked with circles of people, with organizations and with individuals for over 20 years in deep medicine practices of healing and awakenings. Led by a vision, she is seeking to set her bundle side by side with other great bundles of spiritual knowledge to see the larger potential in the spirit of balancing the Sacred Hoop.
WindEagle, Co-founder and Director of Ehama Institute, is a Lineage Keeper of an ancient body of wisdom called the Origin Teachings of the Delicate Lodge. The Delicate Lodge, a symbol of our human consciousness, holds the potential to influence and assist the great awakening in our time. WindEagle and RainbowHawk (1923-2012), Founders of Ehama Institute, worked with individuals, training groups, communities and organizations throughout the world for over twenty-five years. In 2007, they formed the World Foundation for the Discipline of Peace, a global expression of Ehama Institute, to create a worldwide People’s Movement of the First Peace. This People’s Movement is based on circles of people in communities and countries around the world, learning and sharing Eight Universal Principles and Practices of Peace that form the basis for living in harmony with the universe and thus living in peace in the self.