Thirty-six years ago I watched Terry Fox run by me near Hamilton, Ontario. I was nine-years old. Both that moment and Terry’s tenacity–a man running across Canada with an amputated leg to raise money for cancer research–had a profound impact on my life. Rarely does a week go by when I don’t think about Terry. […]
Ideas need to see the light even if the moment seems dark and confusing.
If you happen to be Canadian, Gord Downie is pretty close to being a household name. Like Gretzky. Or Trudeau. Bieber. Even Tim Horton. If you’re not from Canada, let me help paint a picture of this iconic musician, poet and free market capitalist through a “forest of whispering speakers,” if you will. America has […]
There I was, having an engaging conversation with a fellow Chief Learning Officer (CLO) at a conference lunch, when things began to take a decidedly status quo turn. “As long as I show increases in the Learning Management System metrics and with the course evaluations, my C-Suite doesn’t care about anything else.” I sat there […]
Click here to download the Introduction and Chapter 1 of my new book The Purpose Effect. Click here to order the book on Amazon. More information on the micro-site. Reviews “It’s great to have this book to add to the conversation about deeper ways to improve the poor levels of employee engagement that exist inorganizations today. […]