Alistair Mcintosh

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

Here is a pilgrim quest through geography, history and spirituality, Captivating, haunting, and at times disquieting, yet:’…walking into a death landscape.. I knew that I was walking into life.’

Manda Scott

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

With strength in the vunerability, spanning the wide spectrum of what it is to be human on this earth at this time.

Burce Parry

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

Our minds may have become adept at dismissing wisdom but our hearts know what really makes sense, Mac writes to your heart – listen.

Richard Louv

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

A haunting paean to an indigenous culture that has been misrepresented for centuries, and a call for a new dedication to the Earth and all its Children.

Bill Plotkin

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

Mac Macartney is a prophet of cultural renewal, an interrupter of the Western egocentric-consumer worldview, a wild man, an elder, a humble pilgrim, prehaps a present-day druid, and an enchanting storyteller.

Charles Anderson

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

Mac has great insight into people and works from the highest level of personal integrity, values and ethics. He models an entirely authentic style of personal leadership which brings great credibility to his work as a developer.

Tex Gunning

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

His vision about the role of leadership and business in society have transformed all of us and his facilitation and coaching competencies have made all of us better leaders, and more importantly better human beings.

Charles Anderson

In Mac Macartney by Cindy Cooper

I have co-facilitated development interventions with Mac in several different contexts/cultures and would not hesitate to do so again.