You can only lead others where you yourself are willing to go. Lachlan McLean

My approach to leadership learning...

Is like day-to-day
leadership itself
• hands-on
• multi-dimensional
• interactive
authentic




My brand of leadership development engages the participant’s whole being 
• mind
• body 
• heart
• spirit

Personal Accountability

How do your leaders respond to problems?

Effective leaders understand the power of accepting responsibility for the results they create. When something goes wrong, or a project does not turn out as originally intended, leaders look inward to explore how they may have impacted the result. Rather than directing blame towards others or at external circumstances, effective leaders seek to understand their contribution and to learn and grow in response to challenges. When many individuals within an organization adopt the concept of personal accountability, there is less blame on others and more focus on moving forward to achieve the goals of the organization.