Category Archives: Leadership Development
During the summer of 2006, I bike toured down the mighty Pacific Coast, from Vancouver, Canada to Los Angeles, California. Along the way, I connected with friends, family and a network of local leaders creating sustainable communities. It was a … Continue reading
As an Organization Development consultant, I focus my practice on serving the leadership of organizations to effectively collaborate to affect change they would otherwise not be able to accomplish on their own. Having led my own consulting business for over … Continue reading
Part of my Master’s Program in Organization Development’s design includes me creating and sharing a portfolio of my work documenting my “development and accomplishments as an OD practitioner”. I’m pleased to share highlights of my learning with you and have organized it … Continue reading
I invite you to read a blog post I wrote for the Pepperdine Graziadio Voice reflecting on my recent learning experience in Costa Rica. I share my experiences learning about Appreciative Inquiry and reflect why I greatly value this graduate program … Continue reading
I haven’t blogged much over the last three months for good reason: I’m now a very happy father of two (yes, two!) boys. Our little one’s arrived early in September and I took a break from my consulting practice to … Continue reading
I recently sponsored a fundraiser for Move LA. When my friend and former colleague Gloria Ohland who works at Move LA asked me for my logo for their poster thanking sponsors, I didn’t have anything to give her.
I’m thrilled to start Pepperdine’s Master of Science in Organization Development (MSOD) program this fall. “Designed for the experienced professional, the MSOD program prepares leaders in the art and science of managing strategic change.” The program’s flexibility allows me to … Continue reading