Edgewalkers are people who walk between worlds, and build bridges between different world views. Edgewalkers are needed in today's world more than ever. Please come back often to learn about the resources and events we offer to support you in walking on the leading edge.
(Photo courtesy of Janet Dey)
EDGEWALKERS: We are a community of people who identify ourselves as Global Humans. Our Edgewalker Collaborative Network is a common space where people come together to co-create a world that works for all.
EDGEWALKER TELECONFERENCES: Please join us in our monthly teleconference conversations with Judi Neal and other Edgewalker hosts.
March 16, 2014, 11am - 12:30pm Central time
For other time zones, check World Clock
Topic: Special Guest Ken Coscia is offering a 90 minute free workshop titled "Creating a Bridge to Inner Wisdom."
Ken Coscia Website
Host: Judi Neal
Pin Code: 836566
The call is free but long distance charges may apply.
TELECONFERENCE RECORDINGS AND NOTES
Recording of December 19, 2013 Call - Light and Energy
Recording of November 21, 2013 Call -
Sharon Massoth on Intuition
Recording of September 19, 2013 Call - Marketing & Networking
Marketing and Networking article by Patricia Varley
Recording of August 29, 2013 Call - Focusing
Notes from August 29, 2013 Call - Focusing
Recording of November 15 , 2012 call - Prophecy
Recording of May 24, 2012 call - Miracles
Recording of May 3, 2012 call - Visionaries
Recording of March 22, 2012 call - Planting Seeds
Quotes used for opening and closing.
Recording of February 23, 2012 call - Occupy - Edgewalkers?
Recording of January 26, 2012 call - Corporate Shamanism
Recording of September 20, 2011 call - Transformation
Recording of August 30, 2011 call -Indigenous Wisdom
Notes from July 19, 2011 phone call
They're the first people to volunteer to head up a new business unit, lead a cross-company initiative, or take on an overseas assignment.
They're the glass half-full folks, who are constantly thinking "out of the box," forging alliances with colleagues in other departments, seeking out new solutions to old problems, and anticipating challenges on the horizon. And in today's increasingly diverse workplaces, they are often people who have pursued unusual educational and career paths, traveled widely, and speak more than one language.