Guest Post: The Practice of Invigorating Leadership Skills

Posted on Mar 31, 2015 in Blog, Guest Posts, Leadership | No Comments
Guest Post: The Practice of Invigorating Leadership Skills

Wendy Wolff believes in saying what needs to be said. She is a good listener and facilitator. Wendy appreciates the value both of contemplation and of action. She knows that life is personal as well as public. Wendy understands the importance of writing good letters. When her sister was killed in a car accident, Wendy found solace in writing letters to […]

Guest Post: The Joy of Work

Posted on Mar 13, 2014 in Blog, Guest Posts, Work | 2 Comments
Guest Post: The Joy of Work

Chantal Bechervaise is one of those people who makes you think, “I want the opportunity to work with her sometime.” She is fun and thoughtful, professional and supportive. She has a good sense of humor as well as the wisdom to find deep truths. Chantal is exactly the person whose insights about joy and work […]

Guest Post: Leadership Wisdom & Uncertainty

Posted on Dec 19, 2013 in Blog, Guest Posts, Leadership | 2 Comments
Guest Post: Leadership Wisdom & Uncertainty

Scott Mabry is my friend. Scott has been a teacher and a business leader; he has taught me a great deal about leadership. I know Scott through the online conversations we have shared. Scott is a good listener and a reflective, insightful thinker. He has a deep understanding of himself, and shares his true self […]

StrategicMonk Interview: Fran Held & Mitzvah Circle Foundation

Posted on Oct 29, 2013 in Blog, Guest Posts, Leadership, Spiritual Practices | 2 Comments
StrategicMonk Interview: Fran Held & Mitzvah Circle Foundation

My friend Fran Held wants to make very sure that you pay more attention to her work on the Mitzvah Circle Foundation than to her. I know that she was born in New Jersey and raised there by a single mother, and that she now lives in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Though I do not […]

Guest Post: Depth in the Desert

Posted on Aug 10, 2013 in Blog, Guest Posts, Spiritual Practices | 7 Comments
Guest Post: Depth in the Desert

My friend Hoda Maalouf is amazing. Her life has included struggles and challenges, and she is filled with passion ad enthusiasm. She has worked her way through deep difficulties, and is committed to helping others as they work through theirs. Living a life that could have drained many people, Hoda is a strong, curious, thoughtful […]

Guest Post: Finding Ourselves in the Depth

Posted on Jul 20, 2013 in Blog, Guest Posts, Spiritual Practices | 12 Comments
Guest Post: Finding Ourselves in the Depth

Samantha Hall is a strong, honest, courageous woman. She works hard and tells the truth, no matter difficult that might become. I value Samantha’s willingness to be vulnerable. I am proud to say that Samantha Hall is my friend. Step by step, layer after layer, she is one of those people who works through the challenges […]

Guest Post: Leadership is Climbing the Mountain

Posted on Jun 11, 2013 in Blog, Guest Posts, Leadership | No Comments
Guest Post: Leadership is Climbing the Mountain

Matthew Cavanaugh is a friend of mine. I met him first through his wife, Laura Knowles Cavanaugh. Matthew enjoys doing many things I do, only in different places. He walks up the sides of mountains, while I usually walk on sidewalks. He goes out into nature to reflect on leadership and depth in nature, while […]

Guest Post: Leadership is Creative

Posted on May 7, 2013 in Blog, Guest Posts, Leadership | No Comments
Guest Post: Leadership is Creative

 Alli Polin is one of the most creative friends I have. She is also an authentic and insightful leader, which makes her very qualified to write about creativity in leadership. I thought it could only help me be more creative if Alli would agree to trade guest posts with me about creative leadership. Read both […]

StrategicMonk Interview: Jon Dephouse: Part Two

Posted on Feb 7, 2013 in Blog, Guest Posts | No Comments
StrategicMonk Interview: Jon Dephouse: Part Two

My friend Jon Dephouse is a young, vital husband of a young, vital wife and father of two young, vital boys. He has a good sense of humor, and encourages and inspires the people who meet him. Jon loves music, coffee, and running triathlons. He is also a priest at Saint James’ Episcopal Church in […]

StrategicMonk Interview: Jon Dephouse: Part One

Posted on Feb 5, 2013 in Blog, Guest Posts | 2 Comments
StrategicMonk Interview: Jon Dephouse: Part One

My friend Jon Dephouse is a young, vital husband of a young, vital wife and father of two young, vital boys. He has a good sense of humor, and encourages and inspires the people who meet him. Jon loves music, coffee, and running triathlons. He is also a priest at Saint James’ Episcopal Church in […]