Leading Gently in a Violent World
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.
If you need this, you can access my writings and select experiences online. If you’d like to reach out for a consultation, please visit my LinkedIn profile to contact me.
I have faced some of the unbearable grief of the American story firsthand. The search for a new way to be led me around the globe. 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.
In concrete terms, what does this mean? I write about the flourishing life – one that is possible even in the face of long wars. I am working with a seasoned team to build a respite park for warriors’ families. I am an executive coach.
I also enforce boundaries. I am honored to have been called “Mama Bear” by one a rugged US Army sergeant major. Boundaries, I believe, best show where doors can be opened in a friendly and sustainable manner.
Click here for my Linkedin Profile For more information about leadership coaching work and workshops please visit Gold Gable Advisors. My articles, cases, and book reviews have appeared in places such as USA Today, TEDx, Huffington Post, and in publications by Duke, Harvard, and UT-Austin. I curate a top-ranked reconciliation poetry website and recently launched Work Poems, a site of sonnets about work. The End of Innocence (formerly Harvard 1914) is my first novel and became an Amazon best-seller (#1 Military Fiction).