The Ritual of Preparation

The Ritual of Preparation

Today I pulled my camping supplies down out of our attic to prepare for my annual father-son trip. My son, Gabe, and I are heading into the northeast United States ...
Looking Forward

Looking Forward

They say in meditation, there are two kinds of activities that keep you from being present, dwelling on the past or planning for the future. I definitely have a proclivity ...
The Great Joy of Reading

The Great Joy of Reading

I have just begun a family vacation by the beach in Massachusetts. Of course, I brought my favorite books with me. I have three I am working on now, and ...
Bringing Our Daughter Home

Bringing Our Daughter Home

We brought our 8-yr-old little girl, Ruchi, into the United States October 2011. In April 2013 she was formally adopted in Montgomery County. Because both my wife and I are ...
Kindness: A Renewable Resource

Kindness: A Renewable Resource

Everywhere I go I meet people who tell me they love my Monday Morning Mojo. Just a few moments ago I met a gentleman here in Kansas City, Missouri, who ...
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Interview Techniques

In my work, helping to drive change initiatives I interview many leaders, sometimes up to 30 per week. Many are ...

Building Beehives: Creating Communities that Drive Your Organization Forward

Today, I’d like to talk about one of my books: Building Beehives: Creating Communities that Generate Returns.  I wrote this ...
Getting Innovation Right: Understanding Inflection Points

Getting Innovation Right: Understanding Inflection Points

You may be familiar with my books, the most famous of which is, “Getting Change Right” because it was a ...
Getting Change Right: Changing the Mindset of Staff

Getting Change Right: Changing the Mindset of Staff

The crucial element to leading change in any organization is making it possible for your staff and volunteer leaders to ...

Using Storytelling to Influence Stakeholders

From my work with visionary leaders, I know that one of the biggest challenges they have is bringing their stakeholders ...
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The Ritual of Preparation

Today I pulled my camping supplies down out of our attic to prepare for my annual father-son trip. My son, Gabe, and I are heading ...
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Interview Techniques

In my work, helping to drive change initiatives I interview many leaders, sometimes up to 30 per week. Many are busy CEOs running organizations, who ...
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Looking Forward

They say in meditation, there are two kinds of activities that keep you from being present, dwelling on the past or planning for the future ...
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Building Beehives: Creating Communities that Drive Your Organization Forward

Today, I’d like to talk about one of my books: Building Beehives: Creating Communities that Generate Returns.  I wrote this book just coming out of ...
Read More

The Great Joy of Reading

I have just begun a family vacation by the beach in Massachusetts. Of course, I brought my favorite books with me. I have three I ...
Read More

Getting Innovation Right: Understanding Inflection Points

You may be familiar with my books, the most famous of which is, “Getting Change Right” because it was a bestseller. It’s about how leaders ...
Read More

Bringing Our Daughter Home

We brought our 8-yr-old little girl, Ruchi, into the United States October 2011. In April 2013 she was formally adopted in Montgomery County. Because both ...
Read More

Getting Change Right: Changing the Mindset of Staff

The crucial element to leading change in any organization is making it possible for your staff and volunteer leaders to get the buy-in and engagement ...
Read More

Kindness: A Renewable Resource

Everywhere I go I meet people who tell me they love my Monday Morning Mojo. Just a few moments ago I met a gentleman here ...
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Using Storytelling to Influence Stakeholders

From my work with visionary leaders, I know that one of the biggest challenges they have is bringing their stakeholders along. There are two groups, ...
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Conversations can Mean So Much

I was prepping for a full-day session about culture change with the executive team of a scientific society when I was reminded of my work ...
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Culture Change and the Importance of Engagement

I was prepping for a full-day session about culture change when I was reminded of my work with the World Bank. All culture change begins ...
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60th Birthday Special!

I’m super excited! Today, July 9th is my 60th birthday! I’ve circumnavigated the sun 60 times on planet Earth, and I’ve gathered a whole bevy of ...
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Seth Kahan featured on Jim Karrh’s “Manage Your Message” podcast

Seth is featured on Jim Karrh’s podcast “Manage Your Message” discussing his new book, Visionary Leadership: How Association Leaders Embrace Disruption in the 21st Century ...
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Stepping into Another World

Our family was invited to participate in a Geeta Yagnya, in a neighbor’s home. This is a Hindu devotional ceremony that uses the classic text, ...
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