The challenge of identifying and developing emerging leaders.
Last week, I presented a day-long seminar on the mechanics of how to lead change and manage transition. Mid-level managers from various government agencies in the District of Columbia came together to discuss this timely topic. […]
The Big [ut_highlight color=”#1e73be”] BIG [/ut_highlight] Picture Vision is important for everyone. The hope of the future, the light at the end of the tunnel, and the finish line are all “images” that help us through the harder parts of our journey. Often, as leaders, it’s easy to get caught up in [...]
We live in a deeply divided country. There are divides that cut across racial, political, and socioeconomic lines. These divides are the stories and headlines we see daily on the news all around the country. […]
Since the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa earlier this year, there have been many stories of people, both healthcare professionals and lay persons, who have risked their lives to provide care to the sick and to prevent the spread of the disease. Despite the dire situation in many of these countries there are [...]
In March 2014, an outbreak of the Ebola virus began in Guinea. Without the necessary knowledge and resources the virus took hold in the country and began its death march across much of West Africa. Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Liberia, and Senegal have all struggled to contain the spread of this devastating virus. To date 3,865 [...]
After a year-long absence, I returned to address the Fellows of NetKAL VIII. This time the program took place in New York at the Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research. […]
Today, Mayor Vincent C. Gray along with Shawn Stokes, Director of the DC Department of Human Resources (DCHR), announced the launch of the District Executive Leadership Program. […]