Founder of Dialogues in Action, a firm dedicated to helping leaders rethink the development of people. He holds a Ph.D. from Trinity International University and has been trained at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. He is a former academic chair at Multnomah University and adjunct professor in the doctoral program of business at the International University of Monaco. He resides in Portland Oregon and consults, speaks, and facilitates courses with leadership teams throughout North America and Europe.
"...A work that will help leaders not only to think differently but to move our ideas from the shelves of our minds into the heart and souls of those we lead...." VP Leadership Development, YMCA of the Triangle
"Moving Icebergs provides the blueprint for deep, long-lasting change by helping us get to the heart and soul beneath our decisions and actions." Director, United Way of the Lower Mainland
Anyone tasked with the responsibility for making a difference in the lives of others needs a way to evaluate impact. This book provides simple and elegant models and methods for designing evaluation. It presents proven techniques for gathering data, analyzing data, rendering findings, and leading people and organizations through evaluation. This step-by-step guide will help leaders design and develop an effective evaluation strategy.