Werner Erhard in The New York Times
More than 40 years after the est Training, Werner’s and his co-authors’ Leadership Course is discussed in the New York Times, quoting Werner as saying: “If you’re going to be a leader, you’re going to have to have a very loose relationship with this thing you call ‘I’ or ‘me.’ Maybe that whole thing in me around which the universe revolves isn’t so central!” Read the full article
Financial Times features Werner’s new work
“Werner Erhard and Michael C. Jensen are writing academic articles and touring the world’s best universities. After seven years of research the upshot is a model that links integrity, morality, ethics and legality into a single system that promises great benefits for everyone.” Read the full article
You will find that Werner Erhard, despite all the “Urban Myths” that have grown up around him all of these years, continues to be a source of transformation and an inspiration. The myths about Werner Erhard have been deconstructed and what is left is the lasting nature of the work itself, which has sustained the test of time.
You only need look on the websites of Harvard Business School, The Kennedy Center for Public Leadership at Harvard, The University of Rochester, Erasmus Academie, DePaul University and others to find that Werner Erhard, while retired from the seminar industry, has been an active leader in the creation of transformational models and applications and new perspectives for thinkers and practitioners in fields as diverse as philosophy, business, education, and conflict resolution.
While Werner Erhard has chosen to live outside of the U.S., Werner and his ideas have thrived. Erhard is a sought after thinker, writer and speaker, lecturing widely at universities, seminars, and conferences.
Visit this collection of sites to hear more about what Werner H. Erhard is up to: