Videos: Ideas and Applications

Creating Leaders: A New Model ― Ten Years On

Werner Erhard and Michael C. Jensen at Simon Business School, Sands Leadership Lecture Series. An abstract of the working paper titled, Creating Leaders: An Ontological Model is available at Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge website.

If there ever was a time for a new model of leadership, that time is now. The Leadership Course created by Werner Erhard, Michael Jensen, Steve Zaffron and Kari Granger will acquaint you with a new approach of leadership.

In their talk, ‘Creating Leaders: A New Model – Ten Years On’ for the Sands Leadership Lecture Series at the University of Rochester Simon Business School professor Michael Jensen and Werner Erhard engage in a conversation that explores access to being a leader and to the effective exercise of leadership as one’s natural self-expression.

Why We Do What We Do: A New Model Providing Actionable Access to the Source of Performance.

Werner Erhard discussing A New Paradigm of Performance at Harvard Kennedy School Center for Public Leadership.

Werner Erhard on Authenticity

“The beginning of all authenticity is to be authentic about your inauthenticity.”

New Paradigm of Performance

This new paradigm is based on the fundamental proposition that the performance of an individual, group or organization is a correlate of the way the world in which, and on which, that entity

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The Leadership Course

The course is a leadership laboratory where instructors work with the participants to create direct access to the ways of being, thinking, planning, and action required to be a leader and to

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Werner Erhard on Authenticity

Authenticity is being and acting consistently with who you hold yourself out to be for others, and who you hold yourself to be for yourself. Do we have actionable access to authenticity?

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Werner Erhard on Heidegger

Werner Erhard explains the philosophical or metaphysical basis of transformation. Drawing upon the Heideggerian notion of thinking and Nietzsche and Zen, Erhard states that listening for information and

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