About Me

I’m a learning junkie who is passionate about helping others build elegant solutions. I’m currently in Washington, DC helping organizations evolve the way they develop leaders; creating new integrative models of human transformation; and working with a tribe of mystics, plumbers, coaches, and executives on the cutting edge of leadership development. I love comparing notes, trading book recommendations, and connecting with other hungry pioneers.

I have consulted with a variety of clients including Microsoft, Samsung USA, Department of Health and Human Services, Veterans Affairs Administration, Small Business Administration, DC Mayor’s Office, Fannie Mae, Building Excellent Schools, The United States Army, and Harvard University. I have a Masters in Divinity from Harvard University and a doctorate in Human and Organizational Learning from the George Washington University.

The thoughts expressed here are my own and do not necessarily represent the ideas of my clients.

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My perspective is informed by the following: Ken Wilber, Seth Godin, Chris Arygris, Eckhart Tolle, Peter Senge, Tony Robbins, Tim Ferris, Chip and Dan Heath, Peter Elbow, Steven Pressfield, Mitch Albom, Michel Montaigne, Plato, Aristotle, Charles Sanders Peirce, David Allen, Daniel Gilbert, Robert Kegan, Barry Schwartz, Elaine Aron, Heidi Holvorson, Daniel Pink, Malcolm Gladwell, Peter Block, Sharon Salzberg, Don Beck, Fritz Perls, Parker Palmer, Rumi, Robert Greene, Anne Lamont, Guy Kawasaki, Bill Phillips, Bill Torbert, Mike Marquardt, Dennis Genpo Merzel, Jack London, William James, Richard Bandler, Albert Camus, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Emile Durheim, Sigmund Freud, Max Weber, and many others.

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2 Responses to “About Me”

  1. An Urban Mystic May 14, 2013 at 10:26 am #

    Nice to meet you Chris, looking forward to reading more posts from you.

  2. Beena Sharma February 4, 2014 at 11:58 pm #

    Hi Chris, good to meet you 🙂 I’m in the DC area – Columbia MD – will be neat to ketchup sometime when we are both in the area. Beena

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