Monthly Archives: January 2015

Take note

Ideas. Impressions. Details that shouldn’t be lost to memory. How can we go from catch-and-release to mining and curating?

Draw. Scribble. Scratch a doodle.

Don’t know how? Fear not!

One of my worst grade school moments happened in art class. Our teacher said to copy Van Gogh’s self portrait. It looked simple enough. I did okay smearing color […]

By |January 28th, 2015|Arts & culture, Creativity, Leadership|0 Comments

The thinking recruiter

An executive recruiter called last week. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation enlisted her firm to conduct the national search for a new position: Senior Learning Officer. Part change agent, part evaluation-into-action pathfinder, part collective impact facilitator and all creative design. The recruiter was easy on the nerves. She succinctly walked me through background on the […]

By |January 14th, 2015|Creativity, Innovation, Leadership|0 Comments