Olen Gunnlaugson serves as an Associate Professor in Leadership and Organizational Development at Université Laval (Canada) where he journeys into the human dimensions of business with his students through MBA courses in leadership, management skills and group communications. With an eclectic research background in leadership growth, development and consciousness-based approaches to transformation, as well as contemplative and generative practices of communication, he received his PhD at the University of British Columbia and did his Post-Doctorate at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. To date, his work has been published in 12 books as well as 35 articles and chapters in leading academic journals and books. He has presented and keynoted at numerous international conferences, received five prestigious faculty level awards for excellence in teaching from universities in Canada and the USA and taught several thousand emerging leaders, managers and executives at leading schools in Canada, USA, Austria, Sweden and South Korea.
|Bohmian Dialogue: a Critical Retrospective of Bohm’s Approach to Dialogue as a Practice of Collective Communication|