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Adventures in the C suite: coaching executives

Over twenty-five years ago, before we used the word coaching, I started doing work with CEOs in one-on-one settings. That is what we called it, with a slight variation, one-to-ones. During the hundreds of hours I spent sitting across from the CEO ‘s in their offices,...

The Celtic Cure for Many of Our Modern Ills

The title of my Masters Project at Saybrook says summarizes much of my life quest and much of what I hope to do with my work and life the last few decades I have left.  The title is: Children of the Lost Feminine and the Distorted Masculine: Celtic Imagination as a...

Celtic Imagination as Healing Force

Celtic Imagination as Healing Force Part 1 - w cover image The title of my Masters Project at Saybrook says summarizes much of my life quest and much of what I hope to do with my work and life the last few decades I have left.  The title is: Children of the Lost...

Management versus Leadership

Management is for the easy decisions. Leadership is for the hard ones where there are often no clear directions, no way through the complexities without some damage, some losses, some undesireable outcomes. Optimism is the way to get through this hard stuff,...

Why psychology? Why specialize in Jung?

Just a few thoughts about my Master's degree and on specializing in  Jung: I have a degree in humanistic psychology from Saybrook University in San Francisco, the keepers of the humanistic psychology contributions. Saybrook was founded by Carl Rogers and Rollo May in...