We all have to make incredibly difficult choices in complex situations where there are no right answers. Without a process we trust to guide us, the uncertainty of what to do can paralyze us, leaving us unable to move forward – or eat away at us as we agonize over whether we did the right thing.
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A couple of years ago, I worked with the Climate Action Committee at the District of Sooke on Vancouver Island to help them develop their Climate Action Plan. The project was unique because we spent five months researching and developing a story that would engage people and get buy-in first
When I went back to grad school to study how we learn and make decisions, I was lucky to get a brilliant supervisor. Brilliant not just because she knew her stuff, but also because she knew the secret to success in academia and in life: focus. Once I figured out
In the spring of 2018, I decided to take a break from my change management work to find a new way to focus on the two things I loved most - storytelling and ocean conservation. I told a friend I was going to try to volunteer for a new non-profit
During a coaching session the other day, a client who's in the middle of a major career transition told me she felt like a squirrel in mid-jump – cut off from the safety of the familiar tree she just left, hurtling through the air toward an uncertain landing pad,
It was a surprisingly emotional day. I was gathered with 25 colleagues in a room at the Canadian Museum of History with a spectacular view of the Ottawa River and Parliament – quintessential icons of colonialism. We were there to explore where our world views come from, how they influence our