Deborah Howard on Transformation
I got this email invitation to check out Deborah Howard and thought it might be interesting:
From Deborah Howard: I'm writing because you might be interested in my blog on transformational change.
Here are links to some of my posts to give you an idea of what I write about:
The Change, Transition, and Transformation Series
This is a series of posts about positive transformational change.
Who Worries About What: The Impact of Race
Describes my step-son's experience with the racial "justice" system.
Stories As a Means to Make Sense of Our Lives
This post examines the importance of stories in making sense of our lives and seeing the importance of integrating the right and left sides of our brains.
For a complete index of all my postings: http://guidingchange.org/blog/?s=index
Excerpt from her bio: Her professional life began in the field of law. After receiving her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Harvard University, she went on to receive a law degree from Northeastern University School of Law. She went to law school with the goal of using the law to help create positive social change. After litigating in the public service area for a number of years in both Anchorage, Alaska and New York City, she became disillusioned with the adversarial process. Rather than taking sides in win-lose scenarios, she wanted to find ways to work with people to help them build and maintain connections. It was that desire that led her to return to school to receive her Masters Degree in Organization Development from American University/NTL.