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Leadership from the Arena Interview

Apr 5, 2021

I’m excited to share a conversation I had recently with Austin Holifield for his podcast Leadership From the Arena. His insightful questions helped me tell my story about how poetry, conflict engagement, storytelling and coaching can inspire courageous and authentic leaders to emerge. https://www.audible.com/pd/Leadership-From-The-Arena-Podcast/B08K57N8YJ You can also find the podcast app on iTunes and Spotify.

Five tips for working with bully-behaviors

Jan 12, 2017

When I was a kid, I hated seeing other kids bullied. I’d run at the bully with my arms outstretched or head lowered ram-like to shove the bully away from his target. Then I’d run away as fast as possible to avoid revenge. As I’ve matured and gained experience as a mediator and conflict engagement …

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The Power of Story

May 10, 2016

Meisha Rouser, an organizational change and leadership expert and host of the Meisha Rouser Radio Show, invited me to talk about the power of story to create positive change. I share my journey working for a government agency and realizing that to be of service, I had to come to terms with the negative story …

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Reinventing the Story About Government

Apr 7, 2016

Sally Fox is a master storyteller. She works with international organizations to unleash their potential through stories. I was delighted when she invited me to share my experience using stories to drive organizational change in government. In this podcast, Sally and I talk about how stories influence us as individuals, organizations and as a nation. …

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The Making of a Mediator

Jan 1, 2010

There are three common questions I am asked when people find out I am a mediator. “Are you a lawyer?” No. “Are you a psychologist?” No. “Well, what is your background?” by which I believe they are politely wondering, ‘What makes you qualified to get in the middle of people’s problems?’ Law and psychology are …

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Leading Through Change

Leadership from the Arena Interview

Apr 5, 2021

I’m excited to share a conversation I had recently with Austin Holifield for his podcast Leadership From the Arena. His insightful questions helped me tell my story about how poetry, conflict engagement, storytelling and coaching can inspire courageous and authentic leaders to emerge. https://www.audible.com/pd/Leadership-From-The-Arena-Podcast/B08K57N8YJ You can also find the podcast app on iTunes and Spotify.

Five tips for working with bully-behaviors

Jan 12, 2017

When I was a kid, I hated seeing other kids bullied. I’d run at the bully with my arms outstretched or head lowered ram-like to shove the bully away from his target. Then I’d run away as fast as possible to avoid revenge. As I’ve matured and gained experience as a mediator and conflict engagement …

Five tips for working with bully-behaviors Read More »

The Power of Story

May 10, 2016

Meisha Rouser, an organizational change and leadership expert and host of the Meisha Rouser Radio Show, invited me to talk about the power of story to create positive change. I share my journey working for a government agency and realizing that to be of service, I had to come to terms with the negative story …

The Power of Story Read More »

Image of capitol building in Washington DC

Reinventing the Story About Government

Apr 7, 2016

Sally Fox is a master storyteller. She works with international organizations to unleash their potential through stories. I was delighted when she invited me to share my experience using stories to drive organizational change in government. In this podcast, Sally and I talk about how stories influence us as individuals, organizations and as a nation. …

Reinventing the Story About Government Read More »

Image of a large question mark sign tipped over

The Making of a Mediator

Jan 1, 2010

There are three common questions I am asked when people find out I am a mediator. “Are you a lawyer?” No. “Are you a psychologist?” No. “Well, what is your background?” by which I believe they are politely wondering, ‘What makes you qualified to get in the middle of people’s problems?’ Law and psychology are …

The Making of a Mediator Read More »

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