Welcome - Bienvenidos
Syntony is the creative aligning and tuning with the natural flows of which we are a part. We use this understanding to design organizational and community processes that embody social and environmental integrity. We are a social enterprise—a learning, research and consulting organization. Leadership, learning, community and sustainability are our key commitments.
Evolutionary Leadership for Sustainability: a conversation
Kathia and Alexander Laszlo will share some ideas and facilitate a conversation on Evolutionary Leadership for Sustainability at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS). The evening will start with a potluck dinner followed by a brief presentation on how to manifest our vision into action. We need to redefine leadership so that we can awaken our individual and collective power to transforming our lives and communities toward life-affirming ways of partnering with Earth. Come and learn with us.
When: 15 September 2010, 6:00 pm.
Where: Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) - 101 San Antonio Rd. - Petaluma, CA 94955
Alexander and Kathia Laszlo at the International Society for Systems Sciences conference
Kathia & Alexander participated at the ISSS 54th meeting in Waterloo, Canada from 18-23 July 2010. This year's theme was "Governance for a Resilient Planet." They co-chaired 3 sessions for their Special Integration Group (SIG) on Evolutionary Development and facilitated a conversation among SIG chairs to explore the relationships among the multiple working groups of the society.
Check our Syntony Quest facebook page for updates and pictures from the conference.
Alexander and Kathia Laszlo in "living dialogue" with Duncan Campbell
On Friday November 26th, 2009, Alexander and Kathia joined Duncan Campbell in his radio program "Connections" on KGNU community radio. Listen to this dialogue that explores the meaning and significance of syntony in the evolution of consciousness required to co-create a new civilization.
Slow money, slow food... slow shopping?
We would like your opinion: would you be interested in, and willing to engage in, "slow shopping" if you knew you were developing a relationship with the provider that was mutually beneficial, economically just and environmentally friendly?
Please let us know and participate in our survey. Thanks!