A Selection of Client Projects
Leading Effectively, a monthly e-newsletter from the Center for Creative Leadership. I write about leadership, management and work issues based on CCL expertise and interviews with experts and thought leaders from around the world, including:
- Carol Dweck on the power of a growth mindset.
- Bob Johansen on 10 New Leadership Skills for an Uncertain Future.
- Teresa Amabile on the “The Progress Principle” for boosting performance, fueling creativity and increasing motivation.
- Jessica Payne on a sure-fire way to be a better leader – get more sleep.
What’s Next for Leadership: 5 Big Ideas, the 2011-2012 annual report from the Center for Creative Leadership. Features include Get Your Brain in the Game: The Merging Fields of Neuroscience and Leadership,” “Expand the Leadership Equation,” and “Elevate Coaching Impact.”
I’ve worked extensively with subject-matter experts with the Center for Creative Leadership to develop their expertise into columns, articles and books, including:
- 4 Leadership Messages Your Talent Needs to Hear (Forbes.com, 2012)
- The Truth About Sucking Up: How Authentic Self-Promotion Benefits You and Your Organization (CCL Press, 2009)
- The Balance Needed to Lead Change (Harvard Management Update, 2008)
- Active Listening: Improve Your Ability to Listen and Lead (CCL Press, 2006)
- 6 Tips for Taking Control of Work Stress (US News & World Report, On Careers, 2012)
- Boundary Spanning Leadership: Six Practices for Solving Problems, Driving Innovation and Transforming Organizations (McGraw-Hill, 2011)
- Making Your Life Work: A New Approach to Increasing Your Effectiveness On and Off the Job (CCL, 2011)
- The Five Mistakes You’re Making with Top Talent (Wall Street Journal online, 2010)
- Who Will Run Your Company? (The Conference Board Review, 2010)
Experience-Driven Leader Development, a collaborative website to harness the power of on-the-job learning.
Innovations: Preparing Students for the Changing Dynamics of Law Practice, a feature on developing lawyer-leaders for the Elon University School of Law.
WIRED Works, a report on the Piedmont Triad Partnership’s workforce development efforts through the two-year Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic Development (WIRED) program, supported by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Other clients over the years include:
- American Public University
- Center for Credentialing & Education
- IMD International
- Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
- The Winston-Salem Foundation
- Volvo Trucks North America
- Johnson Controls
- Piedmont Triad International Airport
- Various marketing and PR agencies.