Loooking back on over 60 years I will be using this blog to sort out what “really works” from what doesn’t. Looking ahead to my next set of adventures in business, life and fishing, I will be using this space to share my insights and learnings along the way.
Someone once said “the unexamined life isn’t worth living”, which may be important, but I also believe that the “unlived life isn’t worth examining”!
So tune in every so often to this blog as I set about rethinking . . . leadership, consulting, business effectiveness, relationships, being a husband and father, and of course, flyfishing.
Travel with me to exotic fishing destinations like the Amazon and Tierra del Fuego, and also journey with me inside my thoughts about all things business and human.
The boring bits:
John R. Childress is a senior executive with 30 years experience of building and running an international consulting firm and also consulting and coaching CEOs and senior leadership teams. Born in the mountains of Oregon, raised on the California coast and educated at Harvard, John brings a penetrating insight, creative solutions and sense of humour to his work.
After deciding that a Ph.D. in marine ecology wasn’t his best path, John co-founded, in 1978, a groundbreaking leadership consulting firm with Dr. Larry E. Senn. By 2000 it had grown significantly with offices in Los Angeles, New York and London, over 50 consultants and a Blue Chip list of clients. John and Larry pioneered much of the early work on corporate culture and the technology for culture change.
In 2000 John retired to the south of France to write novels and “stop travelling for a while”. After two novels and a new daughter, John and his family moved to London where he coaches senior executives and works with global clients on special projects.
You can find out more about John at www.johnrchildress.com