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Better is possible. It does not take genius.
It takes diligence. It takes moral clarity. It takes ingenuity.
And above all, it takes a willingness to try.

Atul Gawande, from his book "Better: A Surgeon's Notes on Performance"

Welcome to Evolved Leadership

Passion-fueled, small but mighty, our organization is dedicated to inspiring and nurturing positive change in business culture worldwide.

What began as a singular mission to grow strong women leaders has blossomed into a broader commitment to help individuals and teams within companies adopt a more dimensional and human-centered approach in how they lead.

We call for a steadfast shift in behavioral norms and an overdue modernization of standards in leadership behavior.

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We Invite You

We invite you to better recognize, model, practice, and celebrate Evolved Leadership — in yourself, within your teams, and across your organization.

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There comes a time when humanity is called to shift to
a new level of consciousness . . . that time is now.

Wangari Maathai, Kenyan Political Activist and Nobel Prize Laureate


At it’s best, leadership is a daily, ongoing practice
— a journey toward becoming your whole-self and
inviting others to do the same. And at the heart of this
daily practice is courage.

Center for Courage and Renewal / Parker J. Palmer


... the inclusion of competencies such as self-awareness,
introspection, constructive attitudes and mindsets (are critical) for
effective leadership. In fact, it is these social and emotional competencies
that distinguish the good leaders from the great ones.

Characteristics of a Good Leader / Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute,
referencing McKinsey Insights 2019


And in this glorious vision, she instructs that our
endeavors must be about the liberation of the woman,
the emancipation of the man, and the liberty of the child.

Nelson Mandela, South African State of the Nation Address 1994,
reading from the poem "Die Kind“ by South African poet Ingrid Jonker


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