Leading Gently in a Violent World
I have faced some of the unbearable grief of the American story firsthand. The search for a new way led me around the globe. I took the blueprint that was in my bones and went out to learn to build with some of the great rebuilders of our time.
I learned that life, with its 10,000 sorrows, also has its 10,000 joys. I learned what it means to flourish in the face of brokenness. I learned that while the murderous is true, so is the marvelous. I’ve been touched the bright light of the human spirit. I wish to share its encouragement, boundaries, observations and strategies.
If you are a person who wants to change the world for the better, I may be able to help you. I’m an architect of change who helps hurt and dying communities and teams come back to life. I help individuals relearn their beauty and understand what that next step is. And the next one. And the next one until suddenly you are in a new place that is so much better than the old one.
My poetry, essays and novel are available here. If you’d like to reach out for a business consultation, please consult my website, Gold Gable Advisors. You can also visit my LinkedIn profile or contact me at ajordan @ goldgableadvisors dot com.
About Allegra: Allegra Jordan was named an “Architect of Change’ by Maria Shriver. She serves as the Executive Director of the Rick Herrema Foundation, a cutting-edge park system focused on the active-duty soldier reintegration challenge. She is also an executive coach, currently serving front line leaders who make a big difference in our world. Allegra helps develop superior leaders and teams so communities can prosper. She has worked at a high level in numerous industries in 17 countries and on five continents. Georgetown Leadership Coaching Certificate (2016) Harvard MBA with honors. Best-selling author for WW1 novel The End of Innocence (Sourcebooks, 2014) and author of the poetry collection We Interrupt These Wars (Gold Gable Press, 2019).