Human Development and the Theater of Everyday Life focuses on the difficult journey from childhood to whatever level of maturity and enlightenment is ours to obtain. It presents a map of the developmental possibilities available to each of us as human beings and then presents the ethics of human development the ethics that give body and detail to the notion of human logic. In explaining these ethics examples are drawn from organizational life the presumption being that how we operate organizations affects dramatically the development of both organization and self. The theme throughout is that through the ethical comes self-realization and as well organizational and societal growth.
David Thomas Ph.D. is a writer trainer and artist. He is the developer of the Ethics of Human Development Training Program a program for furthering personal growth while also building ethical and creative organizational cultures. He has worked in a variety of fields and currently is a city planner focusing on community development. His primary interests are the art philosophy and science of human development the "theatre" of everyday life (theatre as metaphor) life and the movies.