Writing Moose on the Table gave me the chance to bring alive many of the leadership principles I wrote about in my five previous books, and spoke about during my decades of facilitating workshops and retreats.
Researching, outlining, and writing a book always deepens my thinking and provides me with a framework to create practical workbooks and workshops to that apply the principles or approaches I just wrote about.
I am currently finalizing my design for a new workshop built around Moose on the Table. It’s called “Breaking Through the Bull: Removing Barriers to Building a High Performance Organization,” and I’ll be delivering it in eight Canadian cities this April, along with a national media book tour. I am also working on the practical workbook or discussion guide that will be used in this workshop and later available for purchase as an implementation guide to Moose on the Table. Go to www.breakingthroughthebull.com for details and to register for the April workshop series. My last series of public workshops was in 1999 (following the release of Growing the Distance). We don’t plan any others beyond the April sessions.
As with all my workshops, I customize half, one, and two day versions for specific in-house applications. Contact us to book me or explore the options.