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Current Projects

The Look To Craftsmen Book Project

Look To Craftsmen is an unconventional business book that explores the work of wood turners, metalsmiths, and mold makers alongside that of presidents, entrepreneurs, and organizational consultants. Why is that? Because craftsmen across mediums know something that top analytic minds still need to learn: how to solve the problems for which no predetermined plan, no recipe, no quick fix will save the day. But beyond […]

The Bolder Leader Training Project

BE EMPOWERED TO CREATE A NEW FUTURE BASED ON WHAT’S POSSIBLE, INSTEAD OF BEING DRIVEN UNCONSCIOUSLY BY FEAR. Bolder Leader Training™  emphasizes the need to dance with uncertainty as we go about the strategies and tactics of running our organizations.  Our change framework is that change is FIRST an inside job , whether the change we are seeking is small or large, before it can influence […]

MY WORK

As an experienced executive leadership coach, I help successful, values-driven entrepreneurs, business owners, and organizational leaders like you: Organize your thinking Prioritize and stay true to your own highest values Maintain focus and energy Uncover fresh insights and perspective Work extraordinarily well with and through others Most effectively envision, communicate and navigate an evolved future, and; Enjoy the process of your life while you work […]

Latest Posts

The Future of Collaboration

The Future of Collaboration

  Christine Haskell, researcher and consultant, studies performance and organizational growth. She gives an overview on the future of work.   TECHNOLOGY BOOSTS COLLABORATION Technology continues to break barriers in every industry it enters (healthcare, education, automotive, etc.). Even so, we opt for too many tried and true solutions. We hold back. Derivative solutions produce the lowest common denominator. Companies should be using technology and […]

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Scale as a primary strategy?

Scale as a primary strategy?

  Christine Haskell, researcher and consultant, questions the mentality behind leaders that are obsessed with scaling their organizations.   Growth is naturally appealing. When we are young, we want to be older. When we have some, we always want more. We all feel better when we are making and selling more than we used to. We view it as a sign of overall health, often […]

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Announcing LOOK TO CRAFTSMEN – a serial book for the digital age

Announcing LOOK TO CRAFTSMEN – a serial book for the digital age

Today I’m announcing Look To Craftsmen, an unconventional business book that explores the work of ceramicists, stone masons and wood turners alongside that of presidents, entrepreneurs, and consultants. Why? Because craftsmen know something that top analytic minds still need to learn: how to solve the problems when no predetermined plan, no template, and no quick fix will save the day. Large-scale crises are compounding. Recessions, natural resources are eroding, education is stuck, […]

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