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Joseph Jaworski has devoted much of his life to exploring the deeper dimensions of transformational leadership.


As Co-founder and Chairman of Generon International, Joseph advises CEOs and senior executives in Fortune 500 companies. He specializes in the design and execution of large-scale organizational change as well as strategy formation and implementation. He is a pioneer and prominent thought leader in the discipline of 'Strategic Foresight', enabling leaders to deepen their capacity for tactical and strategic insight.


From his home just outside of Austin, Texas, Joseph remains actively working with Generon clients and enjoys spending time practicing qigong, meditation, and communing with nature.

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What's Inspired Joseph's Path:

The U-Process

The U-Process: When faced with seemingly intractable problems (crisis or stagnation), we need to respond in a deeper, more thoughtful way - one that sets the stage for the true insight to emerge new realities. In these cases, nothing short of a regeneration will successfully resolve the situation. The U-Process offers an understanding of what regeneration means and how to get there.



  1. Observe, Observe, Observe: (Transform Perception)

  2. Access Deeper Knowing: (Transform Self)

  3. Act in an Instant: (Transform Action)



  1. Preparing

  2. Redirecting

  3. Letting Go

  4. Letting Come

  5. Crystalizing

  6. Prototyping

  7. Trusting & Verifying


In order to create the conditions for regeneration to happen, the U-Process outlines three “phases” that involve the creation of specific environments in support of particular types of learning. To move through these phases, we must develop and utilize seven “capacities.”


Observe - Become one with the situation

Retreat - Go to the Source of deeper knowing

Act - Act swiftly from the deeper knowing

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“These past two years, we couldn’t make a wrong decision. It was effortless. The U-Process is real powerful stuff!”
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