Judah Pollack is a writer, speaker and coach specializing in the art of leadership in a rapidly changing world. He has been working with Jungian psychology and the concepts of type, archetype and soul to create more self aware leaders. He has worked with the US Army, Google, The New York Times, and Startx of Stanford University and is a regular lecturer at Haas School of Business. He is the co-author of The Chaos Imperative, released this August from Random House. The book is about how the complexity in disorder can help with innovation. He is currently working on a book for Penguin, working title, Wiring the Breakthrough Brain. His co-author is Olivia Fox Cabane, author of The Charisma Myth. In the new book we are exploring how systems and organizations can be more innovative. After studying the insight machinery of the brain we are looking to see if it is possible to biomimic the brains design in our organizations both formally and informally.
Allan Silva for the past twelve years Allan has been providing organizational development, leadership development and executive coaching to rapid growth organizations. With his breadth of expertise in systems and cultures, Allan knows how to influence on several levels at once to accelerate change initiatives to their tipping point. He holds graduate degrees in clinical psychology and neuroscience, and draws upon his executive experience to coach leaders, facilitate enterprise-wide change, and design cultures that learn, adapt, and innovate. Allan has consulted to many companies who stake their brand on innovation including Google and Lucasfilm.
Dov Pollack an expert transformational change executive with a history of building social networks of learning within organizations through the development of more effective leadership, greater trust, and increased performance. Dov believes passionately that how people work together in organizations will determine the future of the planet. Most recently Dov led the management of multiple projects to support the successful implementation of a new nationally recognized Accountable Care Organization (ACO). The ACO covers 40,000 members and was a partnership of Northern California's largest Independent Physician Association, third largest Health Plan, and largest not-for-profit hospital chain.
“I’ve always viewed national security as a shared responsibility and I’m humbled by your commitment to help our Army develop leaders of consequence. I am truly appreciative of all you have done- and will continue to do- to support the future leaders of our Army.”
Martin E. Dempsey
United States Army Training and Doctrine Command