What does it mean to thrive? And why is a proactive focus on thriving critical given the complexities we face, individually and collectively?

How can we make human thriving central to our organizations—where people leave work more well, more whole, and more capable then when they came?

How can our organizations—by virtue of existing—be an invitation to thrive for customers, communities, and everyone we touch?

I thoroughly enjoyed exploring these and other questions fueling the conscious evolution of leadership with Angie Cross, Co-Founder of the Human Current, a podcast that explores systems thinking and complexity in the workplace and beyond. (A side note: Angie co-hosts the podcast with her partner, Haley Campbell-Gross—they are truly charming. Be sure to check out their insightful podcast series!)

Enjoy my recent interview with Angie!


  • Renee Moorefield


    Wisdom Works Group, Inc.

    Renee Moorefield, PhD, MCC, is CEO of Wisdom Works Group, a social enterprise she cofounded in 1999 to build leaders, work cultures, and brands that empower people to thrive. She is on the Board of the Global Wellness Institute, plus she curates content for The Wellness Moonshot: A World Free of Preventable Disease, a global call to action currently touching close to 1,000 organizations and 7 million people. Renee leads Be Well Lead Well®, a science-backed assessment, development, and certification platform providing a whole-person approach to developing leaders and founded on the belief that our wisest leadership decisions will come from our deepest wellbeing. She's been featured in Forbes, Experience Life, Conscious Company, Hotel Executive, The CEO Magazine, Coaching World, and more, and her 2004 book Driven by Wellth combines the drive for wealth with wellbeing to cultivate healthier organizations and a well world.