Carol Pearson Interview about Transforming Leadership and Archetypes

Carol Pearson was recently interviewed by Dr. Cathy Greenberg and Relly Nadler about The Transforming Leader, the 2012 collection about cutting edge leadership she edited. I’m proud to be in such good company as a contributor. In the interview, Dr. Pearson also talks about her work with archetypes and leadership, and the instruments she’s developed to support assessment and development.

It’s a great conversation about new thinking and practice in transformational leadership theory and practice! Check it out….


  1. […] we claim as our strengths, our path. We know ourselves as leaders who have modeled our lives on the ancient psychological patterns of archetypes, roles as diverse as seeker, warrior, caretaker, […]


  2. […] Leader: New Approaches for Leadership for the Twenty-First Century. My editor and colleague, Carol Pearson, will moderate the panel. If you’re there, please […]


  3. […] don't challenge, we make nice. It's the caregiver archetype at its most dangerous. But more often, we push that compassion into the "shadow," the unconscious, and the result is what you call "mean leaders." In western culture, many of us push the […]


  4. […] a reality!  Only a little help can get us out of the doldrums and back on our feet! We can work with your archetypes, your personal story, your work challenges, or your creative vision! Are you ready to spring […]


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