Greg Thomas, CEO of the Jazz Leadership Project, is a writer, intellectual, and entrepreneur. Greg was instrumental in developing programs such as the National Jazz Museum in Harlem’s flagship interview series, Harlem Speaks. He has written about culture, race, and democratic life in publications ranging from the Village Voice, Integral Life, New Republic, Salon, UPTOWN, The Root, the Guardian Observer, and the New York Daily News—as jazz columnist.
Greg has contributed to two books centering on the work and thought of his mentor, Albert Murray: Albert Murray and the Aesthetic Imagination of a Nation, and Murray Talks Music: Albert Murray on Jazz and Blues (University of Minnesota Press, 2016), for which he penned the Afterword. Greg has lectured on American cultural history and jazz at Columbia, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Hamilton College, and Harvard. Since the pandemic and social uprising, he has been featured on a range of online platforms discussing race, culture, and leadership, including Rebel Wisdom, The Daily Evolver, Aligned Center, The Stoa, Coaches Rising, and Integral Life. His blog is Tune In To Leadership.
I’m excited to announce the publication of my new book, coauthored with John Mackey and Carter Phipps: CONSCIOUS LEADERSHIP—Elevating Humanity Through Business. https://www.amazon.com/Conscious-Leadership-Elevating-Humanity-Business/dp/0593083628/ref=sr_1_3?crid=2C5OBH3PY7RIK&dchild=1&keywords=conscious+leadership&qid=1593549882&sprefix=Conscious+L%2Caps%2C187&sr=8-3
Check out this clip from my recent episode of the Fractal Friends Podcast with Steve McIntosh, "Evolving Democracy with Cultural Intelligence."
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Serving an ideal of Transcendence—used as an umbrella term for genuine greater-than-self-interest—is necessary for personal happiness and self-actualization. Realizing an enlarged ideal of Transcendence that can unite a majority of Americans is the key to our political evolution.