Our first book
Publishing our first book, Beyond Drama: Transcending Energy Vampires, was a life-changing experience. The hardest thing I’ve ever done, and one of the most rewarding projects of my career. Since it’s release in 2013, Beyond Drama has been sold internationally and become a staple in our coaching, training, and advising relationships. It’s packed with tips and tools for understanding and responding to personal and professional drama. In this book we introduced our concept of compassionate accountability and suggested that positive conflict can be a force for good. Watch video.
In the last two years our reach and our passion have grown. We’ve learned a ton from our clients, our thinking continues to evolve, and we’ve developed better models and strategies for leveraging positive conflict through compassionate accountability. We now work globally and have launched a complete training, coaching, and train-the-trainer system called Leading Out of Drama. We are driven by the desire to impact more lives and put our tools in the hands of motivated, enthusiastic change agents who share our passion for transforming the negative energy of drama into world-changing results.
Our next book
Our next book, currently titled Compassionate Accountability, will be a comprehensive leadership and coaching guide for leveraging the positive conflict to drive business results. It will accompany our training courses, provide guides for coaching leaders, and represent our latest discoveries about what’s working with our clients.
Will you help?
I want your help. I will simultaneously be writing the book and publishing blogs about concepts going into the book. I’d love your feedback, reactions, additional ideas and dialogue about what you are reading along the way. Does it resonate with you? What’s missing? What would help you most easily apply the concepts I’m writing about? Are there other resources or studies you know about that apply?
Every blog will have a place for your comments. Will you get involved and help me write a book that you would love to read?
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