Elaine Dundon

Elaine Dundon is leading the Meaning Movement, having founded the Global Meaning Institute and the unique study and practice of Meaning called MEANINGology®. As a Philosopher of Meaning and author of 3 bestselling books on Meaning and Innovation, Elaine is dedicated to helping people discover new meaning in their lives and work, and at a systems level to connect to the deeper meaning in organizations, communities and societies.

Elaine Dundon’s research and experience are focused on Meaning (blending psychology, applied metaphysics, and existential philosophy with a particular interest in the practical application of Greek philosophy). Her research and work have provided insights into how people, organizations, and communities can reach their full potential through meaning, including as they experience life after the age of 50.

She is the author of 3 best-selling books on Meaning and Innovation, available in 20+ languages: Prisoners of Our Thoughts: Viktor Frankl’s Principles for Discovering Meaning in Life & Work (Self Help Book of the Year), The OPA! Way: Finding Joy & Meaning in Everyday Life & Work (8 Literary Awards), and The Seeds of Innovation (named a Top Ten Business Book of the Year by The Globe & Mail).

Today, Elaine Dundon splits her time between Greece (a laboratory for philosophy), Canada, and the USA, focused on writing and speaking about MEANINGology® and MEANING First®.

See Global Meaning Institute.com for more information.

Author of

The Search for Meaning After Age 50

Innovating Life and Looking Forward. Read now.