The purpose of this site is to provide information about my coaching practice, the leadership needs I see in organizations across health care and other industries, my background and how together we might address your goals.
As a senior leader over the past 35 years, I’ve been an architect of organizational design and execution, working at the intersection of the person and the organization. This has included mergers and acquisitions, complex change implementation, cultural and operations integration, management systems design, and mentoring and coaching high potential leaders. My passion has been finding that optimal alignment between individual performance and success, and organizational outcomes.
The leadership context today is one of dramatic and accelerating change. Success relies on innovative and creative leaders who are effective change agents and developers of current and future talent, skilled in building resiliency through:
- Proactively addressing rapidly evolving roles, skills, products and services,
- engaging people around their shared mission, goals and strategies, and
- continuously building the talent pipeline.
Coaching can be a key lever in these endeavors. At its core, coaching is about creating sustainable personal changes needed to achieve short and long term goals, ultimately creating organizations that capture the hearts, minds and talents of those who serve within.
It’s a privilege to partner in this collaboration with leaders to support your personal success and satisfaction and the long-term sustainability of your enterprises.
THE CHAMBERED NAUTILUS
The notion of growth and integrated progression across our lives is represented in the nautilus, a life form that has survived in the earth’s oceans for over 500 million years. Its logarithmic spiral is one of the most enduring and inspiring forms in nature and human design.
Its defining features are its inner chambers, each one a proportionately larger replica of the one before. As the organism grows, it moves forward to a new and larger chamber. There is no limit to its growth and there is no going back. The old chambers are walled off from the new, but remain integral to the evolving structure and provide buoyancy across its lifetime.
Survival means moving forward, buoyed, but not limited by the past. The shell’s cross section shows these cycles of growth, continuity and renewal, emblematic of our human journey. In the same spirit we can continue to grow and renew, with ever-evolving possibilities.