Since Ancient Times people have associated the characteristics of the mighty oak tree
with the positive traits of strong people.

We believe these same traits build strong organizations as well as strong people. They enable change—not just for the sake of change itself. They enable Change for the Better in your organization as well as in your life—whatever is going on around you.


This ancient Celtic Dara Knot represents the root system of the
mighty oak tree.  Like the oak, we draw on resources that lie
below the surface to flourish during turbulence.  Our inner
resources enable strength, growth and staying power in the
midst of the economic, political and social storms that seem
to surround us.  They will continue to serve us well when the
sun breaks through.

Executive Working Breakfasts address the changing management imperatives demanded by an unpredictable and turbulent environment.  Each will provide an overview of relevant concepts, guidelines for application, and references for further information.  They will be held at a convenient location (the Georgian Club in Atlanta); in chunks of time that are manageable even for busy executives (7:30am.–10:30am.); and at an affordable price ($225 per executive).

  • Individual Resilience and Readiness for Change.  (Thurs, Oct 11, 2012)
  • Managing Resistance to Change.  (Thurs, Decr 13, 2012)
  • Organizational Redesign and the Financial Bottom.  (Thurs, Feb 14, 2013)
  • The Morning After:  When Cultures Collide (following Merger, Acquisition or Reorganization.)  (Thurs, Apr 11, 2013)
  • Strategic Change in an Age of Uncertainty.  (Thursy, May 9, 2013)
  • Collaboration at the New Speed of Change. (Thurs, Aug 8, 2013)