New amazon review by Charles W very empathetic.

After my recent #TEDxWilmington talk, I am encouraged that people are reading my book #Taubada and finding meaning within it. Thanks to Charles W for this recent review. He also highlights the innovative videos in the e-book and how much he enjoyed it. https://www.amazon.com/gp/review/R1B1H6FET64142…  

TEDx Wilmington talk reflections – Intimidating, Intense and Incredible!

I recently had the honor to deliver a TEDx talk at Wilmington on August 16th, 2017. Part of our requirement was to write a 300-word blog on our experience. Whilst it was live-streamed, the final video of the talk will be

Chosen to speak at TEDx Wilmington on the theme Limitless – Ideas Beyond Borders, August 16th 2017.

Pushing boundaries has been an active part of my life, mostly in corporate settings where the rewards were tangible and the risks calculated and relatively predictable. However, after the unexpected demise of my company chairmanship and other personal failures, I

Leadership Begins and Ends with Values.

What causes the types of incidents in business such as the recent debacle with United Airlines and the doctor they forcibly removed from their flight? UAL created a big mess and, unwittingly, established a unified customer service expectation for all

Transformational Change: A Slippery and Slick Learning Curve

Businesses must embrace change to keep up with the ever-evolving world we live in. In my last article, “The 5 Steps of Change in Business,” I discussed that change must start with people personally, before the broader scope of the

The 5 Steps of Change in Business

In today’s fast-paced world, businesses, like anything else, must be able to adapt quickly in order to keep up. But change isn’t easy. When I am brought into a business as a change agent, it’s usually after they’ve become fixed

Innovative Business Leadership: The Hunting Party and the Campfire

Having worked in business leadership for over 30 years, I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t. From the boardroom of my Renaissance Center executive suite (now the General Motors world headquarters) to my time running a coffee-growing business in the