The Wisdom Company ® is an international leader in wisdom-based business certification, coaching and training. The educational programs are based on experiential wisdom learned from decades of working with business owners, the latest scientific discoveries, and the application of the three dimensions of wisdom recently discovered by empirical academic research. The Company’s programs enable owners and their executives to enhance their ability to make robust, wise decisions and grow their companies by developing and implementing the art and skill of being wise.
The Wisdom Company’s programs are based on the latest scientific discoveries and apply the three dimensions of wisdom discovered by empirical academic research. .
To be a global resource for the emergence of a new wisdom-based Balanced Business Paradigm which provides the framework for a sustainable business growth model that helps people, businesses, and society transition into an equitable and higher level of living and doing business.
To be an international leader in raising the consciousness of executives and owners to a new balanced model for doing business based on 7 scientific principles, and to provide business certification training to consultants in a wisdom-based methodology.
To help business leaders expand the way they think, so they can learn, implement, and apply the 7 principles of The Balanced Business Paradigm which provides the model for stakeholder capitalism, restores atmospheric, social and cultural balance, and builds civility through mutual respect to reduce political polarization in the workplace.
Jack Beauregard is the founder and CEO of The Wisdom Company.
Thirty-three years ago, when Jack was going through a significant life transition, he experienced transcendence, the highest level on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, not self-actualization. Starting then, Jack began to apply the insights he had discovered, that if certain principles are fundamental to the operation of the universe, they could also provide the framework for him to transform his life.
After years of working for major medical companies such as Johnson and Johnson and Pfizer, Jack created the first cost containment medical device company in the United States, which operated in 42 states and had a large national salesforce. At the same time, Jack enrolled as a graduate student at Harvard, where he researched the seven principles which provide a higher model for living and doing business. He integrated the principles of this new balanced model with the academically researched characteristics of wisdom. During this time, Jack’s 34-year-old wife died of cancer, resulting in his leaving his company to care for his two-year-old son. For the next eight years, Jack continued to do research and development in applying the seven principles he called the Balanced Paradigm and applied the principles to transform behavioral medicine organizations. Jack then used them to the “soft issues,” the people and cultural issues associated with mergers and acquisitions. At that time, Jack heard many owners say that they had no idea what they were going to do next after leaving their companies. Seeing a business opportunity that would involve much less travel, Jack applied the seven principles to help owners fill their post ownership lives with new meaning and purpose. He then applied the seven principle methodology to help people going through significant life transitions such as retirement, divorce, and losing a loved one. He also used their transitions as opportunities to gain experiential wisdom through the process.
The Wisdom Company’s programs help business owners and executives apply the seven principles to make robust, wise decisions for their companies and develop the art and skill of wisdom to experience success in the “new normal” post-pandemic environment.
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