Leaders for Good is a leadership design boutique that empowers leaders to solve persistent organizational and societal challenges through a new leadership paradigm — human-centric leading

What We Do:

We craft and curate experiential learning spaces for leaders and teams.

Leaders for Good (LfG) is an umbrella company that supports various initiatives that humanize organizations and societies.

Our primary focus engages organizational change-makers and social activists around leadership and team development, which we do through publicly-available and private, customized courses, workshops and practice labs.

Our services are carefully designed to provide honest and judgement-free, yet bold and challenging space where you can let your guard down and get to the core of how to transform problems and facilitate opportunities, without getting destabilized or overwhelmed.

Learn about Human-Centric Leading (HCL):


From the blog:

Sister Giant

Summary of SisterGiant 2017 Conference

I was curious to attend the SisterGiant conference in DC on Feb 2nd-4th. It was led by Marianne Williamson, an action-oriented …

The US Election And Human Centric Leading

The US Election and Human-Centric Leading

Many of us are anxious about our future as Trump has been elected into office. Yet, it is the perfect …

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Want the Truth from your Staff?

Honesty is rather simple. We each have our version of the truth and we can come to understand what’s true …

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The Bad Apple Theory’s Been Debunked, But Leaders Still Use It

The bad apple theory is prevalent in today’s business mindset demonstrated by the demotions, layoffs and firings that occur in organizations …

Read how clients use HCL:

Kristina Ellis, in Creative Advertising

Did you initially experience resistance when learning about HCL?

No resistance at all.

It seemed so natural. I learned that I didn’t have to struggle to be a leader. Everyone is so responsive to HCL because it’s easy and rational; why haven’t we been doing this all along?

What do you recommend to others about HCL?

Think about how you like to be led — what motivates you and assume others would like that, too. We’re all human, so it’s not alien to us to understand what others want.

Also, try one or two aspects of HCL and see what seems true for you and then branch out from there. The more you dabble in it and exercise the principles and see how effective they instantly are, the more you’ll see these principles are surfacing everywhere. Notice articles on leadership media and you’ll see this is where everyone is evolving to — so you’re part of the new way of leading and see why it’s so powerful.

Once you start to tap people’s human potential, you’re more appreciated as a leader and people want to give you more. You’re tapping into the potential of humanity instead of just getting a job out out of people. You’ll see your credibly and influence increase as a function of HCL and people are attracted to you and want to be with you, hire you, and you become more valuable within the current legacy industrial model, as HCL actually changes the current model for the better.

Jonathan Del Mundo, Humanizing Healthcare

Did you initially experience resistance when learning about HCL?

Yes. I thought that to get results, you have to be tough and being human shows weakness in a competitive world. No one wants to be weak in a competitive world. When we redefine strength using HCL, it’s easy to ascribe to because it’s strong to be human.

What do you recommend to others about HCL?

Get in touch with emotions because they’re the same for others. For instance, notice how it feels to be angry and then share your emotions without emotional charge — “I’m angry about…” in a calm way. This way, you’ll also know what it looks like to be angry and you’ll be able to empathize with others. When in touch with your emotions, then trace back to see what triggers them. Then you can use your logic to solve the problems. You can identify and acknowledge your emotions by being still and quiet and noticing what’s happening inside you, for instance asking yourself, “Why do I feel threatened?

See more from Clients here