Joseph Chilton Pearce

Joseph Chilton Pearce is a world-renowned thinker, author and workshop leader. He has been probing the mysteries of the human mind for nearly half a century. His expertise spans a broad range of disciplines: psychology, anthropology, biology and physics.
His 8 books include The Death of Religion and the Rebirth of the Spirit, The Biology of Transcendence, The Crack in the Cosmic Egg, Magical Child and Evolution’s End.

Houston we have a SMART problem

I always associated SMART goals with positive things, such as sound corporate governance. Never in my life I would have thought that SMART would be threat to the people I work with. But things have changed and they continue to change.

Parenting as a Management Skill … Huh? (part 3)

Building further on the insights of child development, there is another fundamental leadership characteristic that one will never learn at Harvard, but only in the day-to-day family-life: it is the importance of setting boundaries.

It’s About Involvement, Stupid!

In large scale organizational change programs I often meet managers who are puzzled by the fact that people don’t learn the seemingly simple things that they are trying to distribute.