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Apr 20, 2016

Topic: Change that matters - Mike Staresinic has experience in engineering, the arts - and in fomenting revolution - strictly nonviolent. He spent 25 years overseas supporting civil society and nonviolent resistance. He helps nations, organizations, and leaders adapt to an ever-accelerating pace of change. Bringing it all back home, he's started to find himself thinking about the kind of city and community that people want to live in. The boys talk to Mike on a magical mystery tour around danger, excitement, judgement, adaptive leadership, and his book: ACTIVISM - Organizing for large scale transformational change. Oh yes, and dad jokes and bad puns.

Hosts: Joseph Paris, Founder of the OpEx Society & The XONITEK Group of Companies
  Benjamin Taylor,  Managing Partner of RedQuadrant.

Mike Staresinic

Mike Staresinic
Mike Staresinic

About Mike: Change That Matters. 25 years in change that matters. I help nations, organizations, and leaders adapt to an ever-accelerating pace of change. National change require adaptive leadership, effective collaboration, and widespread quality participation. Develop, coach and mentor national government, civic and media leaders in strategy, vision, and participation in seminal democratic transitions; create new methods to boost civic participation in countries worldwide. Take understanding of change to the next level through writing and publishing about adaptive leadership in transformational change in complex adaptive systems including nations and large organizations. Technical lead on winning USAID’s largest contracts $2.5B SWIFT IV and $1.5B SWIFT III Technical lead on USAID's largest 2015 bid and $600M in USAID bids Devise and lead $62M in large, complex, essential US government field programs in democratic transition.