Pamela Wilhelms is the founder, and lead principle for Wilhelms Consulting Group. She founded Wilhelms Consulting in 1987, and began growing the company in 2006., when it became WCG. We now have 13 partners who serve as faculty for our leadership academies. This site is being reworked to better represent the current work of WCG.
Pamela Wilhelms is a social architect, organizational consultant and executive coach. Her work in social architecture focuses on the invisible systems and structures in organizations that ignite creativity, innovation, design, and tap the collective intelligence and soul of the organization. This transformational work drives a shift in culture from mechanistic, hierarchical frameworks to models based on complex adaptive living systems and higher performance on multiple dimensions. She has been teaching systems thinking for 30 years, and coaching for systems health in all sectors, and across sectors.
Her coaching with executives is an integral leadership model, which applies recent research in psychophysiology, social neuroscience, spiral dynamics and quantum physics to the practical aspects of leading organizations.
As lead architect for WCG, Pamela now focuses the work on businesses building capacity for multiple bottom line measurements, and coaching leaders in all sectors of society who are shaping the shift towards an abundant regenerative economy. Pamela has worked with leaders from more than 40 countries, on five continents, and from organizations as varied as Fortune 20 companies, the White House, the United Nations, natural resource agencies, social entrepreneurs and community leaders.
Her latest endeavor is the Soul of the Next Economy Initiative, which works with global thought leaders and action leaders for innovation and profound deep change in individual, organizational and societal systems for the flourishing of life on the planet. The soul of the next economy, is directly tied to the inner work of leaders, who are shaping the next economy. This includes leaders in technology, where WCG has a focus, and all sectors of society. With undergraduate studies in environmental engineering, landscape architecture and urban design, and graduate work in psychology, theology, leadership and organizational behavior, she is positioned to see the systems intersections and passionate about radical collaboration across traditional boundaries. Pamela has designed award winning multi-year leadership academies and taught in graduate programs for many universities including Harvard, Georgetown, Yale, the University of California and Stanford.
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