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

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

Thriving on Change

What does a leader do to create openness to change?

Today change is the constant. Organizations and individuals that are open to change are the organizations that not only survive, but thrive. Part of what is needed is a culture of personal empowerment. Another is a shift away from thinking that focuses on what is broken and how to fix it, to what is working and how to build on that.

There is an accepted conceptual framework for the process of leading change, and following this framework enhances the opportunities for success. The model provides a roadmap of key phases, as well as the dynamics required to facilitate an effective outcome. One thing is certain. There is a natural human resistance to change, and the most important elements in minimizing the resistance are: communication, employee involvement, education and learning new skills.