Category Archives: Events

TOMORROW: My webinar with LEADx, “Lead without authority”

on March 26, 2018 in Audio, Education, Events, Leadership

TOMORROW NOON eastern (9am pacific) see me live on the LEADx webinar, “Lead without authority.” LEADx told me that over 100 people have registered so far. It’s free, but you have to register. LEADx is important. They created Inc.’s annual influential list of 100 top public speakers (16 of whom have been on my podcast or I’ve been on theirs). We’ll cover a set of skills that will get you[…] Keep reading →

Learn to lead without relying on authority: Two workshops this week. You’re invited.

on March 12, 2018 in Education, Events, Leadership, Nature

The Leadership and the Environment podcast team is growing, which means expanding to new ways to Develop people’s leadership and Act on the environment I’ve interviewed Ryan and Ben, the podcast’s newest teammates so you’ll get to meet them when their interviews get processed. In the meantime, we’ve organized two leadership development workshops THIS WEEK: Wednesday and Thursday, 6pm–8pm at NYU. Click these links to register and for the details,[…] Keep reading →

See me on Leadership, the Environment, and Navigating Your Business’s Greatest Challenges November 2 in Manhattan

on October 23, 2017 in Education, Entrepreneurship, Events, Leadership

See me next Thursday, November 2 at the NY Public Library Science, Industry, and Business branch in midtown Manhattan. I’m honored to present at such a prestigious and storied institution. As I’m approaching launching my podcast, Leadership and the Environment, I’ll speak on our sore need for leadership in the environment, as well as how it applies to the greatest challenge most leaders face: leading people without using authority. Whether[…] Keep reading →

Attend an event with Generation 180 Tuesday at 7:30pm in NYC: A clean energy nonprofit doing effective, meaningful work

on October 20, 2017 in Events, Nature

Want to make a difference? Many environmental organizations tell others what to do—trying to pass laws, spreading facts, promoting new technologies, and such. I support them, but I think they’re missing what’s most important today in the United States. People know what they should do and what they value. They aren’t acting consistently with it. They want to pollute less, create less garbage, reduce their emissions, but they aren’t. New[…] Keep reading →

Join my workshop at the New York Public Library, Saturday September 9

on August 8, 2017 in Education, Events, Exercises, Leadership

You’ve heard about my book, Leadership Step by Step, its 60+ 5-star reviews, and how its exercises change lives. I may have told you about the standing ovations I get at workshops. Now you can see me at a public workshop where I’ll cover one of my book’s most popular (and fun to learn) exercises. Here are the details. Be sure to register! (You can buy a copy of Leadership[…] Keep reading →

Leadership and the Environment: See me speak THIS TUESDAY, May 30, at 6pm

on May 27, 2017 in Events, Leadership, Nature

The Titanic has a hole in its hull and it’s taking on water. We’re past needing to keep measure the flow rate and size of the hole. It’s time to act. I support continued science, education, and legislation, but what is missing from pollution and climate change is effective leadership. Billions of people want to reduce their contributions to global warming but feel their efforts would be wasted if few[…] Keep reading →

The best way to improve your teaching (and possibly your leadership): the SLA Summer Teaching Institute, July 17-21, 2017

on March 6, 2017 in Education, Events, Leadership

I know my readership includes many educators, from K-12 through university through executive coaches. If you want to improve your teaching, no matter what level you teach, the best resource I’ve come across is Science Leadership Academy’s Summer Teaching Institute. I highly recommend spending a week this summer learning SLA-style teaching—no matter what level you teach, from K-12 through university and adult learning. I’ve attended, taught at, consulted to, and[…] Keep reading →

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