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Shawn wears many hats. When not attending a school function, tennis match, hosting a sleepover, tutoring algebra and other fun dad stuff he works as a management consultant. Focused on increasing the efficiency and effectiveness to achieve your vision he aligns your people, process and technology to grow your business faster. A passionate speaker he shares messages on knowledge management, process visibility, organizational accountability, taking personal responsibility and crafting our futures by showing up talking action one day at a time.
The cornerstone to every organization nurturing your team comes with deliberate focus.
Does everyone know what to do? When to do it? How it should be done? Can you measure success? With process visibility you can get there.
Changing faster than most can keep up with, technology allows you to leverage and scale exponentially.
Knowing were your going and keeping your eye on the prize takes focus and commitment. Skills learned with practice.
With all the riots and turmoil happening this last week after another historic election a lightbulb went on. I’m writing the final section in my parenting book Being Her Superhero: A Father’s Guide to Raising A Happy, Healthy Successful Daughter and I’m on the appendix which has important lessons I am writing to supplement my 200 page Read more about Teach her EMPATHY[…]
As my daughter grows up she needs less and less of me to navigate her daily life. Because of this natural evolution I make it a point to talk to her one on one every day. This takes some planning and discipline since she has activities, friends, homework, carpool, etc. and I’m a little busy Read more about Communicate Often[…]
All around your daughter are images of boys and men sometimes being positive role models for her and other times leaving a lot to be desired. My daughter will be 14 in a few days and thinking back over the years I have jotted down just a few of the notorious males that come to mind off the top Read more about She needs a Superhero, where are you dad?[…]
Whether you were the first man she ever saw after opening her eyes , you are just now entering her life or you are considering reentry into her life today I know without a doubt that You Are the Most Important Man in Her Life. Your love, choices, behaviors, boundaries, interactions and attitude definitely matter Read more about You are the most important man in her life[…]
Children crave structure and routine. It is my experience that routines not only bring a sense of familiarity to their lives, they also provide opportunities for us to spend quality time with our kids. Many of us have routines for our kids around bedtime, getting ready for school or homework, but this same structure allows Read more about Fun routines for your and your kids[…]
In a world filled with pain and suffering I often remind myself and my daughter that love is a verb. Not a feeling, but an action. It’s a choice I make every day as often as possible as the alternative is not enjoyable. I had a conversation with my 13 year old daughter yesterday Read more about Love is a verb[…]
So my memories of middle school were never as cool as The Wonder Years, Malcolm in the Middle or The Goldbergs, yet as a boy I must have had it pretty easy since I do not remember my BFF not talking to me, lunch table drama or social media mishaps like forgetting to @mention someone Read more about Middle School Drama: Helping Kids Manage their Social Scene[…]