March 24, 2015
The writer Martha Whitmore Hickman died in January at her home in Los Altos, California. She reminded me of the Mississippi author Eudora Welty: small in stature but expansive in vision; a careful expositor; a believer in the grace of one's story.
March 20, 2015
On March 12 I had the privilege of paying tribute to a remarkable leader, colleague and friend. Our client ABHOW saluted Kay Kallander with a Kennedy Center Honors-like evening celebrating her 30 years of service in the senior living profession.
August 6, 2014
Daniel Pryfogle reflects on the kind of narrative that lifts us from our seats and makes us cheer.
May 21, 2014
Have you worked extra long hours on a project, sweated the details in the heat of a deadline, raced toward the end while leaping across not one but multiple barriers like a steeplechase, and finally crossed the finish line, arms raised in triumph, only to be handed your next assignment?Sounds like the average week for many people.
May 12, 2014
The Rev. Dr. H. James Hopkins reflects on the story that sustains him in his ministry.
April 7, 2014
In reply to the question “How are you doing?” most leaders say, “I'm busy.” So what. Busy is not interesting.