Public Speaking and Group Facilitation

Purpose-Driven Leaders: Re-ignite the spark that
called you to your vocation and inspire your followers with my  
4-part Inspirational Leader video series.

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I can offer interactive, dynamic programming on these topics:

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Something Has To Change

Are your members working a job that’s never done, struggling to prioritize among competing demands? Something Has To Change will raise your members’ awareness of the internal distractions and expectations that hamper productivity… read more

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The Power of Authentic Communication

Do your members struggle to express themselves when feeling frustrated or nervous? Our emotional lives don’t have to prevent us from achieving professional success. Create a vision for how to be your true self in the workplace… read more

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Healthy Systems Leadership

We live in anxious times. Technology is driving change at an unprecedented rate in the workplace. They also generate symptoms that are challenging for leaders to address, such as drops in revenue/funding, employee engagement, or the ability to solve problems and think creatively… read more

Pulpit Supply and other Talks:

Cultivating Grace in Difficult Times

(20-minute sermon) No matter what your value system may be or how it may shift over the transitions in your life, no matter how important it is for you to remain aware of your values and to uphold them with your decisions and actions, perfect compliance is not within our grasp. Mistakes and misjudgments will always be part of who we are. We may be aware of how things should be better. How we should be better. But our inherent value as human beings is not dependent on our consistency. You are in the human family. Accept it.

Sensing a Disturbance in the Force

A sermon on change with a geeky title, this 23-minute sermon orients listeners to the emotional cycle of change so they can understand their current and anticipated experiences. With a message that urges listeners to “just stay focused on what’s working well,” this sermon was written to be delivered just before a new minister begins but is adaptable for any situation where your congregation is experiencing lots of big changes.

Comments from congregants at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus:

  • “Thorough, comprehensive, positive, and very easy to understand.”
  • “In a time when so much seems not to be working well in the world and, for folks our age, our bodies, it helps so much to look consciously — paying attention, noticing — what’s working well. As we work on establishing healthy habits that keep our bodies and relationship “working well,” that message reminds us to keep doing the good stuff and keep looking for small changes that make that easier.”

Choosing Courage in Corporate Life

We face many situations in corporate life that challenge our courage: applying for a job or promotion, confronting bad behavior, giving presentations, and speaking up in a meeting are just a few. But many of us manage to live day after day without drawing on our courage banks. We avoid confrontation, “pick our battles,” and let opportunities pass us by, believing that (unlike others) we just aren’t “that type of person.” Is that all there is?

This presentation is designed to support you in exploring courage and the key practices that will help you to move forward so you can be the person you most wish you could be, approaching your work with both compassion and accountability for the best possible outcomes. It will inform, involve, and inspire you to change your approach so that courage is closer at hand.

By the end of this 60-minute presentation you will:

  • Recognize your imperfections as part of your unique value in the workplace and in life
  • Discover the relationship between discomfort and boundaries
  • Learn how to map contributions, and then clarify and follow through on consequences when boundaries are violated.
  • Learn a process for healing after loss/hurt/disappointment.

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Whether you want coaching for yourself or someone in your organization, you can get the ball rolling without any commitment by contacting me via or (614) 519-0737 to make an appointment for a “get-acquainted call.” I look forward to hearing from you.