Circle of Impact Resources

  • Circle of Impact Leadership Guides
    These conversational guides are tools for helping leaders and their teams think and communicate clearly about their work and the challenges of change in the 21st. Century.
  • Say Thanks Every Day - Five Actions of Gratitude
    These Five Actions of Gratitude builds strength in organizations by shifting the focus to those relational practices that enhance human communication and collaboration.
  • Lewis & Clark for 21st Century Leaders
    Materials for understanding the leadership story of the Lewis & Clark Expedition.
  • Leadership for the 21st Century
    A compilation of Leading Questions blog post from between July 2010 – March 2012.
  • Life-Work Transitions Materials
    Change is normal, disruptive and a mark of the transitional nature of life and work. These materials are designed to help bring clarity and direction to people and organizations in the midst of transition.
  • Lewis & Clark for the 21st Century blog
    A decade and a half ago, I became deeply interested in the Lewis & Clark Expedition (1803-1806). I saw in this story leadership lessons that I wanted to share with people, so that they too would travel the trail, and discover this great American story.

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