William Bergquist, Ph.D., has served for many years in a variety of roles-as president of a graduate school of psychology, as author of more than 40 books, as teacher in more than a dozen universities and graduate schools, and as consultant, trainer and coach in more than 1,000 organizations across four continents. Bill's accomplishments as a writer are noteworthy. He has received two national awards for research and scholarship and has been identified as a founder of the so-called "postmodern" school of organizational psychology. He is co-founder of the International Consortium for Coaching in Organizations and co-founder and long-term co-owner of the International Journal of Coaching in Organizations. He was a co-founder of the Professional and Organization Development Network in American higher education and served as chief consultant for many years to two major higher education associations in Washington D. C.Best known for his ability to interweave contemporary theory and research with practical advice and steps toward action, Bill is currently involved in a diverse set of action-research projects ranging from the role of senior (sage) leaders in community development to engagement with an emerging, world-wide phenomenon that has been labeled "the organizational underground". Agnes Mura, MA MCC, forged her approach to people and organizations in different political systems, European universities and a dramatic life of geographic and professional migrations. Her careers as an academic, senior international banker and then executive coach reflects her relentless curiosity for the ways individuals add value in the world, while staying true to their ever-expanding sense of self. Inspired by her studies in philosophy and linguistics, steeped in the human potential movement as much as in the world of global business, she is among the Master Certified Coaches (MCC) of longest-standing experience in the US. Fluent in six languages, she coaches C-suite executives and their teams in Global 1000 companies, and delivers systemic Leadership programs worldwide. Her deep understanding of how people develop through professional (and life) changes, and her proven cultural acumen allows her to also galvanize and empower large audiences to take on new creative action. For fifteen years, in addition to holding leadership positions in several national coaching organizations, she has been an Assessor, certifying coaches and accrediting training programs for the ICF.