Eric Meade accelerates transformation by grounding the emotional charge of the past, creating the space for innovative thinking about the future, and providing tools and processes to bring new ideas into the present. As a futurist and organizational strategist, he has worked with global corporations such as PepsiCo Advanced Research, Mass Mutual, and Amplify Education, as well as local nonprofit clients like the Colorado Health Foundation and the Colorado Community Health Network. Eric is a past Board Chair of the World Future Society and has served on the Board of Directors of Counterpart International, a global development NGO. He is an adjunct professor in social enterprise programs at American University in Washington, DC, and at the Watson Institute in Boulder. He also teaches in the University of Denver's graduate healthcare leadership program. He has authored articles in World Future Review, Monthly Developments, Stanford Social Innovation Review, and Rural Health Voices, and is a co-author of Personal Success in a Team Environment, a leadership development workbook for front-line managers and staff. Previously, Eric served as a naval submarine officer, started up the China sourcing office for toy manufacturer Melissa & Doug, and worked as vice president of a Washington, DC think tank. Eric has an MBA from INSEAD and a Bachelor's in history from the University of Virginia. He is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) practitioner and a graduate of the Newfield Network coach training program.
How Emotional Intelligence & Conscious Leadership Lead To Digital Transformation
Organizations in today’s digital world face a level of complexity and uncertainty not seen before. This brings new possibilities and new challenges.