Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman: Leadership, Service, and Intention

Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman

Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman

Douglas Scherer explores the connections between leadership, service, and intention with Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman in this second part of the interview. Sharon speaks about the importance of being centered at the individual, leader, and team levels — and how disorienting dilemmas can develop a sense of unity in the group consciousness.  Finally our discussion explores the challenges in making the unity message stick at the public level and what practices we can use independently to serve in line with our own callings.

 

 

Listen to this Podcast (11.2 Mb, 11:32) — Program 4 — February 24, 2011

Program Outline with Time Codes

  • 00:00 – 00:23 — Intro
  • 00:24 – 01:05 — The importance of Being Centered
  • 01:06 – 01:24 — Dr. Lamm-Hartman’s Biography
  • 01:25 – 06:23 — Leadership Learnings about Unity from Shared Tragedy
  • 06:24 – 07:53 — Changing the Collective Consciousness, Changing the World
  • 07:54 – 10:50 — Intention, Individual Development, Social Change Agents
  • 10:51 – 11:32 — Sign-off

Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartmann Biography
Recently featured in The New York Times, Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman is an award-winning global coach, writer and educator. She is the president and founder of Inside-Out Learning, Inc., specializing in leadership and personal development.

With over 20 years of global experience, Sharon has worked across the United States and Europe as well as Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Thailand for clients such as American Express, GE’s Leadership Development Center, Exxon, E*TRADE, ARCO Chemical Company, Mobil Oil Corporation, Berlex Pharmaceuticals, Fannie Mae, Arizona Society of CPA’s, Volvo Corporation, and Holy Cross Hospital. She has designed and delivered over 1000 innovative programs at the company’s listed above as well as organizations such as NAWBO, Columbia University, Leadership in International Management Conference, Academy of Human Resource Development, Organizational Development Network Conference, National Transformative Learning Conference, and Center for Creative Leadership.

Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman has coached hundreds of CEO’s, executives, professionals, and entrepreneurs worldwide. Currently she is a preferred executive coach at Boeing working with many high level executives and also works with prominent and influential clients worldwide.

Dr. Sharon developed a leading edge innovative transformative Tele-workshop – “The Heart’s Way:  Discover your passionate calling in 9 weeks” that is having amazingly powerful results.  The tele-workshop is based on her book, The Heart’s Way:  Discover your passionate calling in 9 weeks, that will be out in 2010.

Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman is also dedicated to community stewardship and has served with the Fresh Start Women’s Foundation and Arizona State University’s Dean’s Board of Excellence Mentoring Program. She was the Founding Director of a new womens leadership organization, Central Phoenix Women.

Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman holds a doctorate from Columbia University in Leadership and Organization Development, a Masters in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University, and two Bachelor degrees in Psychology and Business. Sharon also has trained as a Life Coach with world-renowned author and life coach teacher, Dr. Martha Beck. Sharon is a Certified Executive and Leadership Coach and a Certified Teacher of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator.

Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman is an adjunct professor of Leadership at Columbia University where she has taught doctorate level courses at Teachers College. She has also taught Developing Leadership Talent at the Center for Creative Leadership.

Dr. Sharon Lamm-Hartman has been honored and received an award from the Academy of Human Resource Development and the prestigious Walter F. Ulmer Jr. Award from The Center for Creative Leadership for her work and research on personal transformation. She has been quoted for her coaching expertise in Oprah’s Magazine O and many other publications. for her work and research on personal transformation and leadership development.

 

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