John is an advisor, mentor, futurist and writer on matters of social and organizational change.
He believes that human beings have the latent ability to bring about a global shift of consciousness thus creating a sustainable and just future for everyone.John has four decades of experience as a business owner and entrepreneur, so he is pragmatic. He left his chief executive position in the investment industry in the mid-1980s and, after a period of personal introspection prompted by his concerns for the future, he embarked upon a new path. From 1990 to 1997, he served as publisher and editor-in-chief of New Leaders Press, dedicated to publishing progressive business books and periodicals.
John has created ten business anthologies on the subject of business and transformation.John is now a global futurist, humanitarian, writer and keynote speaker on topics that integrate the subjects of business, human consciousness and possible scenarios for the future of humanity.
He has also become a social activist, an advocate of social and organizational transformation and awakening what he sees as the latent potentialities of the human race.He offers a variety of services as an international keynote speaker, private mentor and advisor to consultants.
His latest book is The Great Growing Up: Being Responsible for Humanity’s Future.John is a member of the practitioner faculty for the Center for Leadership Studies, past member and project advisor of the World Future Society, current member and Inaugural Board Chair of the Shaping Tomorrow’s Foresight Network (UK), member of Voice of Business and Institute of Noetic Sciences (US), advisory board member of the Sustainable Futures Foundation (Switzerland) and a founding Fellow of the international consortium The Global Collaborators’ Alliance.
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