Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody.
JANE JACOBS, The Death and Life of Great American Cities
We learn, we grow, and we are inspired when we purposefully gather.
The Humane Leadership Conference is based in intentional, connective, edifying one-on-one conversation. From this living foundation we build a variety of local events and at the global level to gather people committed to developing their own and our collective humane leadership capabilities. Continue reading Events
Basically, our organizations are groups of humans using a variety of tools and processes to produce something good in the world. We cannot escape that leaders are humans trying to help other humans in their pursuit of some goal.
We can try to augment, extend, and overcome our humanity, or we can seek to accept, enhance, leverage, and maybe even transcend our current conception of our humanity. Continue reading Humanity
We must improve our ability to deliver the goods and services we promise; leaders must add efficacy, efficiency and ultimately, quality of experience.
Improved performance of the team over time is the simplest measure of the quality of the team’s leadership.
Aggressive leaders can push their teams to high performance in the short run but will drive away the best contributors over the long run. Great leaders build teams and team productivity simultaneously by creating great experiences based in great performance. Continue reading Performance