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Here you'll find DVDs and other video, podcasts, kits, audio books, radio interviews, T-shirts, and more. This list changes frequently. The videos are quite different than the usual training videos. I keep experimenting with new ways to present ideas and develop a sense of wonder. Please notice that as you read through the descriptions.

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with Margaret Wheatley
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How do we not lose our way in this difficult time?

How do we maintain our clarity, stamina and faith as we experience disruptions, set-backs and obstacles?

How do we persevere on behalf of the people, places and causes we love?

Based on Margaret's book Perseverance, this DVD is a gentle, encouraging inquiry into these and other questions, and provides you with the opportunity to reflect on the challenges and strengths of people who persevere.

Filmed in the natural beauty of Sundance and Provo River Canyon in Utah, Margaret guides you through a series of reflections so that you might notice how you're being affected by dynamics that can demoralize and exhaust us. She calls us to notice that we all come from ancestors who persevered (otherwise we wouldn't be here) and to claim our identity as one who wants to persevere.

Throughout, you're given time to pause and reflect in the presence of nature's beauty. It is our intent that you'll feel rested, provoked and refreshed by the experience of this DVD.

  • Chapter One: How are you being affected by these times?
  • Chapter Two: Staying in the middle of the river
  • Chapter Three: Perseverance requires mindfulness
  • Chapter Four: Dealing with opposition, urgency and change
  • Chapter Five: Turning to one another
Watch a preview:

FOR PERSEVERING PEOPLE's price is $25.00 plus shipping/handling. US/Canada orders use the buttons below.
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An Inquiry with Margaret Wheatley

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1. Does the world need me to be fearless?
2. Who do I choose to be for this world?
3. How do I name myself?
4. Can I bear witness to what is?
5. Can I work with what's available?
6. Can I give up needing to make a difference?
7. How do I imprison myself?
8. How do I offer my work?

Join Dr. Margaret Wheatley, renowned author and teacher, in exploring eight questions designed to help you develop clarity about your work and the contribution you want to offer at this troubled time. In her gentle but forceful way, Dr. Wheatley takes us deeper into the questions of identity, reality, and our capacity to discover fearlessness for the people and issues we most care about. Watch this video excerpt from the DVD:

EIGHT FEARLESS QUESTIONS' price is $25.00 plus shipping/handling. US/Canada orders use the buttons below.

For orders outside the United States, please email us at darla@margaretwheatley.com.

For quantity orders of more than 20 DVDs, or for expedited shipping, please email us at darla@margaretwheatley.com



Turning to One Another Poster


"There is no power greater than a community discovering what it cares about."

Margaret J. Wheatley
author of Turning to One Another,
Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2009

A beautiful 15" x18" poster of key points to support a conversation, whether it be in a small group, a community, or a network.

For more information or to order, contact Darla Wenger at email darla@margaretwheatley.com, or phone 801.376.8847.


Practice Peace: Proceed Until Apprehended

Practice PeaceA few years ago, working in a large healthcare system, a woman offered me her family motto, "Proceed until apprehended!" Since that time, I've spoken it to many people and asked that we let it guide our actions.

Recently, two sisters who have a socially enlightened T-shirt company offered to design the motto into a shirt, and also to benefit The Berkana Institute.

Practice Peace t-shirtSo now we have a great T-shirt with a powerful message and a beautiful image. (The image of hands tenderly cradling the world was taken from a recent poem of mine.)

Visit www.thefirstmove.net/pua to see the shirt and place your order. $3.00 of each shirt purchased goes to Berkana.

May we all "Practice Peace and proceed until apprehended."

Leadership and The New Science

Based on the best selling book, this video instantly brings to life the breakthrough management concepts set forth by Dr. Margaret Wheatley. Moment-by-moment- a profoundly inspiring, spell-binding blend of imagery takes you beyond yourself, beyond your environment, beyond the usual perspectives. You see and hear Dr. Wheatley against an intriguing backdrop of visual metaphors while she describes Nature's living systems as models for new ways of revitalizing today's organizations.
(CRM Films, 22 minutes, to order call 800-421-0833)

Lessons From the New Workplace

This long-awaited sequel to CRM's best selling Leadership and the New Science video offers compelling applications to help your organization adapt to chaos and change while increasing its capabilities, competence and endurance. In this powerful documentary, you'll see how the U.S Army, a leading Fortune 500 company, and a visionary educational system renewed themselves to become flexible, adaptive, leader-full learning organizations. Discover powerful new ways of coping with organizational chaos and change and using them as positive forces for breakthroughs in teamwork, creativity and productivity.
(CRM Films, 21 minutes, to order call 800 421 0833)

It's a Wonderful Life: Leading Through Service

A compelling and illuminating journey into Servant Leadership, graphically illustrated using poignant clips from the film, It's A Wonderful Life. By looking at heroes we admire -- in this case, the beloved George Bailey -- viewers understand the fundamental ingredients of Service Leadership and the rewards of a life of small acts of service. (Advanced Knowledge, 25 minutes, to order call 800 700 2914)

Twelve Angry Men: Teams That Don't Quit

Selected clips from the classic movie starring Henry Fonda. Narrated by Dr. Margaret Wheatley, the video highlights five qualities that support effective teams: open inquiry, accepting responsibility for making a decision, participation and equality of team members, the value of conflict in uncovering ideas and new information, and the essential role of diversity in decision-making. (Advanced Knowledge 25 minutes, to order call 800 700 2914)

Creating Organizational Futures
Featuring Margaret Wheatley, poet David Whyte, and pianist Michael Jones, in a live broadcast from Trinity Church Wall Street.

In this beautiful, arresting, and stimulating video, Wheatley and Whyte address critical questions that organizations and individuals must ask in an increasingly volatile environment:

  • How do we keep alive the energy needed to generate creative solutions, visions, strategies?
  • How do we nourish ourselves and our colleagues to be creative and courageous?
  • What qualities are now required of us as leaders?

(International Institute for Learning, 100 minutes, to order call 800 325 1533)

Also be sure to see our collection of Articles.

Unabridged, 2hrs 47 min audio book available for purchase/download through Audible.com:
Also available to rent on CD or download at www.theaudiobookstore.com.

Available to rent on CD or download at www.theaudiobookstore.com.
Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc


Available to rent on CD or download at www.theaudiobookstore.com.
Berrett Koehler Publishers, Inc

Unabridged version, 7 hrs 35 mins. Available for purchase/download on Audible.com

Several Interviews with me are available on New Dimensions Radio. Two most recent and therefore aligned with my current thinking are:
Warriors for the Human Spirit
Persevering No Matter What

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