All programs and services at Leading from Wholeness help clients:
Cultivate the whole person.
All our programs encourage and train the mind, body, and heart for emotional, relational, and somatic intelligence. We can bring our best and whole self to work and the world.
Promote self-awareness. Self-observation and self-awareness are the foundations for cultivating wisdom, compassionate workplaces, and leading with empathy and resilience.
Develop new behaviors. Adopt new behaviors through applied practice in real time, on the job, and in life.
Empower a learning culture . Our programs up skill leaders and support a learning culture by building high performing, inclusive, innovative and purpose driven teams through new skills, individual, team, and group coaching.
Develop lasting meaningful change. Personal and professional development is like planting a seed and watching it grow. Our programs ensure that growth and learning create positive sustainable impact.
The services and programs at Leading from Wholeness are built on a foundation of scientific based evidence and research and human centered design.
Bottom line, they work.
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MEET THE TEAM
Founder/Chief Love Officer
Carley Hauck (she/her) is the founder of Leading from Wholeness, a leadership and organizational development consulting firm. Her highest values are harmony, service through joy, learning and growth to create positive change in the world.
Carley is a highly skilled innovator, strategic designer, organizational and leadership development consultant, keynote speaker, executive team coach and author. For almost 15 years she has partnered with business stakeholders at leading Fortune 100 companies and high-growth startups to understand their organizational, leadership development, and culture needs including: Capital One, Pixar, Intuit, Bank of the West, Asana, Advent Health, LinkedIn, Clif Bar, and many others.
She has strong expertise in designing and delivering highly effective engaging blended learning programs for high potential senior leaders/teams or specialized business needs. These programs have reached thousands of employees.
She has directly coached and mentored several hundred senior executives and mid-level managers across 10 leading organizations to radically improve engagement, inclusion, leadership competencies, and employee resiliency skills. Carley brings a rigorous research approach to her work and all programs delivered, the measures and assessments used have been validated from her early days of consulting on NIH (National Institutes of Health) clinical trials and her work at Stanford University and UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.
Since 2013, Carley has served as an adjunct instructor at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. and facilitates powerful courses on leadership and management.
Carley’s book SHINE-Ignite your inner game to lead consciously at work and in the world debuted February 2021 with Sounds True and was named one of the best books to read in 2022 by Mindful magazine.
She holds an MA in Organizational Psychology. She is certified in the IEQ-9 Enneagram Leadership Assessment, a Psychological Safety Practitioner with the Fearless Organization, and a certified collective trauma facilitator with Thomas Hubl.
Carley loves being outside on the trails in nature, practices yoga and meditation everyday, enjoys cooking healthy plant based meals, singing, SUP and swimming, and engages in ocean and nature conservancy.
Ryan Lundell-Creagh (he/him) partners with Leading from Wholeness as our senior research analyst for all assessment and program evaluation. He is a Ph.D candidate in the Social and Personality program at UC Berkeley. He has over a decade of experience in the field of research and data analytics and excels at answering questions using a data driven approach. He has received several prestigious grants for his work from agencies such as the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the Fonds de Recherche du Quebec.
Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Ryan has a strong passion for all things sports related. He plays both rugby and ice hockey competitively and can often be found at the local climbing gym after work. He also enjoys playing and writing music and travelling and is fluent in English and French.
Keyasha (she/her) is working in partnership with Leading from Wholeness in business operations and execution of programs. She is a results driven, and seasoned leader with 15+ years of progressive experience in managing non-profit businesses with expertise in directing cross-functional teams, project management, team leadership, and relationship development to translate business initiatives into bottom-line results within high-profile organizations.
Keyasha is the middle child of 7 brothers and sisters, serves in ministry at her Church in San Marcos, and enjoys traveling and creating experiences with her two children. She lives in Orange County, CA.
Dr Amy Edmondson
Dr Amy Edmondson is a Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School. She was ranked #1 in the 2021 Thinkers50 list — a list of the world’s most influential management thinkers. And has been on that list since 2011. Additionally, Amy was named the Most Influential International Thinker in Human Resources by HR magazine in 2019 and is the author of the Fearless Organization, Teaming, and Building the Future: Big Teaming for Audacious Innovation . Edmondson received her PhD in organizational behavior, AM in psychology, and AB in engineering and design, all from Harvard University.
She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts with her husband, George Daley, a physician-scientist and Dean of Harvard Medical School, and their two sons.
Kathrin O’ Sullivan
Kathrin O’ Sullivan (she/her) partners with Leading from Wholeness as an advisor. She held the role as Head of Executive Development at Google and is an experienced executive coach with a passion for bringing out the best in leaders.
She has over 20 years of experience in the tech industry, learning and development, and navigating high impact learning experiences at scale.
She lives in the Bay Area with her partner and enjoys spending time in nature and engaging in nourishing well being activities.
Dacher Keltner, Ph.d
Dacher Keltner, Ph.D., partners with Leading from Wholeness as an advisor and is the founding director of the Greater Good Science Center and a professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley. Dacher is the host of the Greater Good Science Center’s award-winning podcast, The Science of Happiness and is a co-instructor of the GGSC’s popular online course of the same name.
He is an acclaimed author of the Power Paradox: How we Gain and Lose Influence, Born to Be Good, and a co-editor of The Compassionate Instinct.
Geej Mauriva (he/him) partners with Leading from Wholeness as the technical lead on all virtual programs and is behind the magic of our dynamic experiential learning for leaders and teams. He is a creative visionary and loves the world where technology, design, business and making money intersect.
One of Geej’s big passions is being a technical resource and helping hand for business owners who need to navigate the sometimes confusing and overwhelming technological universe.
He lives in Northern California with his partner, daughter, and enjoys making music, spending time in nature, and supporting his local community.
Neil Pretty (he/him) partners with Leading from Wholeness as a team coach/ facilitator.
He specializes in empowering organizations to increase Psychological Safety through training, coaching with several hundred teams and across the industries of technology, financial services, and high growth start ups. He is the CEO of Aristotle Performance and serves as a training partner for the Fearless Organization.
Neil lives in British Columbia with his daughter, wife, and is an avid mountain biker, mountain, rock climber, and nature lover.
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