South African Facilitators Share Insights in Global Exchange leadership development partnership for possibility peer learning for faciliators racial healing resource redistribution Jul 25, 2022

When Dr. Louise Van Rhyn returned to her native South Africa after many years abroad, she was nearly overwhelmed by its racial, resource, and education challenges. Eighty percent of public schools struggled with insufficient resources and overwhelming dysfunction. Instead of feeling powerless,...

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Largest GLEN exchange yet explores mass incarceration Apr 29, 2022

Now in his seventeenth year of imprisonment, Steven Clark often sees fear, hatred, and despair go viral among the incarcerated. He co-created The Awakening, a personal development program for and by incarcerated people, to seed positive states he hopes will also be contagious.  A...

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Exciting News—Krista Bremer Joins The GLEN Mar 16, 2022
We are very happy to announce that Krista Bremer is joining the GLEN as program director. As the GLEN continues to evolve, and our members respond to humanity’s most pressing challenges by teaching, learning, and collaborating, she will work closely with us to guide and support our...
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2021 Review of GLEN Activity Jan 04, 2022

2021 Exchanges

  • Exploring Racism, hosted by Alan Briskin, David Prior and Gisela Wendling
  • Leaders They Do Not See hosted by Karen Wilhelm Buckley and Karolina Iwa
  • Resilience: What New Hopeful Changes are Emerging from the Pandemic? Hosted by Phil Bakelaar and David Sibbet
  • LASP Online Series...
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LASP Ensemble Produces a new eBook on Leading as Sacred Practice Jan 28, 2021

GLEN members Alan Briskin, Gisela Wendling, Holger Scholz and David Sibbet just completed a 33 page eBook sharing their learning from four years of gatherings, dialogues and on-line work regarding Leading as Sacred Practice. This subject is tricky because of the many strong feelings people have...

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The GLEN's Blogger Vision Jul 01, 2020

Part of the vision of the GLEN is that we, the members, will break new ground in our writing, drawing, and media design in the service of collaboration, regeneration, and returning to a respect for connectivity, diversity, and interdependence. It's an imprecise zeitgeist that we are constantly...

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