Season 6The Enneagram & Leadership with Bill Toth
Bill has worked in global security and nonproliferation programs since 1996, primarily for the Department of Energy’s Material Protection, Control and Accounting (MPC&A) program, but supporting and interfacing with other organizations also aligned with the global security mission. Bill has worked nearly his entire career with a focus on comprehensive, integral, safeguards and security program implementation. He has focused on these modes of behavior and understands security culture, not only externally applied, but as the fruit of adherence to good security practice. For the past 25 years, Bill has traveled to multiple sites internationally, but with the highest frequency of travel and focus on Russia and the former Soviet States.
Bill holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MS in Industrial Engineering where organizational development was focus of study. His doctoral research (PhD in Organizational Systems) involved the development of an integral model for socio-technological systems “wholeness.” This model draws from his engineering background, but more importantly from broader systems science concepts. The model serves as a map to integrate internal and external phenomena and accommodates data, technical systems, culture, and the individual predispositions of malevolent human threats.