A Place for Everyone

A Place for Everyone

I love that little guy in the picture above with his goggles on. A dog who has a job to do is a happy dog. The article says that the
Companionship

Companionship

That’s me with my dog, Leary, when I was 20. Leary lived with me in a one-room apartment above Iris’ Yarn Shop in Bloomington, Indiana, while I earned my undergraduate
The Miraculous

The Miraculous

Every summer I wait for the lightning bugs. They have arrived in DC. When I was a kid I loved them so much, their brightly glowing lower abdomens filling the
Soulful Moments

Soulful Moments

If we are fortunate, we “develop the imaginary resources to go through life and find the soulful moments,” as my close friend Kelly said so eloquently during one of our
Family

Family

Every June my mother’s family has a reunion in Little Washington, Va. Usually, we have around 100, but this year was half that. The coronavirus has taken a large toll.

Executive Presence

Executive Presence

Executive presence is a critical factor of leadership, but what it takes to create it is still up for discussion?
The Future of Meetings

The Future of Meetings

Many of my clients are involved in creating tomorrow’s meetings, and I serve on several task forces to design them.
Helping People Get It and Spread It

Helping People Get It and Spread It

Over the years, I’ve done a lot of change work, with both small companies where everyone is co-located and large
leadership strategy team

Building a Leadership Strategy Team for an Important Initiative

I do a lot of work on Grand Challenges – big, bold goals designed to change the world for the
Professional Communities Help Lead Change

Professional Communities Help Lead Change

I am engaged in a large-scale change initiative with a major institution. The work reminds me of the success I’ve

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A Place for Everyone

I love that little guy in the picture above with his goggles on. A dog who has a job to do is a happy dog ...
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Executive Presence

Executive presence is a critical factor of leadership, but what it takes to create it is still up for discussion? Is it charisma, magnetism, inspiration, ...
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Companionship

That’s me with my dog, Leary, when I was 20. Leary lived with me in a one-room apartment above Iris’ Yarn Shop in Bloomington, Indiana, ...
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The Future of Meetings

Many of my clients are involved in creating tomorrow’s meetings, and I serve on several task forces to design them. As we plan future events, ...
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The Miraculous

Every summer I wait for the lightning bugs. They have arrived in DC. When I was a kid I loved them so much, their brightly ...
Read More

Helping People Get It and Spread It

Over the years, I’ve done a lot of change work, with both small companies where everyone is co-located and large organizations where staff is distributed ...
Read More

Soulful Moments

If we are fortunate, we “develop the imaginary resources to go through life and find the soulful moments,” as my close friend Kelly said so ...
Read More

Building a Leadership Strategy Team for an Important Initiative

I do a lot of work on Grand Challenges – big, bold goals designed to change the world for the better – and they require ...
Read More

Family

Every June my mother’s family has a reunion in Little Washington, Va. Usually, we have around 100, but this year was half that. The coronavirus ...
Read More

Professional Communities Help Lead Change

I am engaged in a large-scale change initiative with a major institution. The work reminds me of the success I’ve had helping other organizations – ...
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The Fishing Trip

When I was 14 my father took me on a 2-week excursion into east Texas and Arkansas. We were living in Austin. One of our ...
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The Best Change Initiatives Spread Organically

I’ve had the opportunity to preside over ten large-scale change initiatives in complex decentralized organizations, some of which span the globe. One of the things ...
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Repairs

My wife and I were talking to our contractor about some house remodeling and my wife said casually, “Our house is falling apart.” “It is ...
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VT Invite to Innovation Panel June 9, 3 PM ET

INVITE June 9th Innovation Panel. Register here. No charge. Associations must innovate, yet not every association takes it seriously. Innovation should never stop, and with all ...
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Spring Gardens

We had a very long spring here in Washington, DC. For those of us who garden that means a strong season for lettuce, spinach, and ...
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