Monthly Archives: October 2011

Remapping Leadership to Develop Globally-Competent Leaders

This coming Friday, October 29th, I will be leading a panel discussion on the topic of “Remapping Leadership to Develop Globally-Competent Leaders“ at the International Leadership Association’s Annual Conference in London.  The panel is made up of colleagues from China, … Continue reading

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TIPS FROM TRAVELS: HISTORY TEACHES

I thought I would share with you some creativity insights from a trip I took with a friend in 2002. As we drove through the absolutely beautiful countryside of the relatively unknown Dordogne region of France, with its picturesque villages, … Continue reading

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Creativity from a Bottle?

Well, it’s not quite that easy, but certainly there were many valuable creative messages from my 2005 trip along the Whisky Trail in Scotland. While originally not a fan of single malt whisky, I found the processes they used to … Continue reading

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