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The Nutshell Welcome

By Mike Parker | November 7, 2018

Photo by Alfred Schrock on Unsplash The sweet core value in Liminal Coaching on 2 pages Welcome to Liminal Coaching. There are 2 main levels to Liminal Coaching, the first clears unprocessed subconscious material and the second focuses on developing specific strengths and skills. Liminal Coaching Level 1 Your subconscious has a major effect on…

Noah Rosenberg – Perspectives On Organizational Change

By Mike Parker | October 3, 2018

The next in our series of interviews asking a number of noted thought leaders for their views on a few basic but essential questions on Organizational Change. I was delighted to get some time to talk with Noah Rosenberg for this article on organizational change and design. Noah had a long career as a Digital…

Al Curnow – Perspectives On Organizational Change

By Mike Parker | September 27, 2018

  The next in our series of interviews asking a number of noted thought leaders for their views on a few basic but essential questions on Organizational Change. On this occasion I connected with Al Curnow. Al is a Senior Consultant with High Performing Culture (HPC).  HPC helps organizations create, drive and maintain high performing…

Martha Valenta – Perspectives On Organizational Change

By Mike Parker | September 26, 2018

For the latest in the Liminal Thought Leaders series I connected with Martha Valenta in St Louis. Martha has been a Human Centered Design consultant for the past 14 years, with a focus on the financial industry. She has collaborated on strategy, experience, and interaction design with business stakeholders, development teams, and users to create…

In Discussion with Liminal Leader Kenneth Mikkelsen

By Mike Parker | September 21, 2018

The next in our series of interviews asking a number of noted thought leaders for their views on essential questions around Organizational Change. On this occasion I was fortunate to spend time discussing some aspects of this with Kenneth Mikkelsen. Kenneth says of himself: I am dedicated to improving the quality of leadership in the…

Leading with Feeling

By Mike Parker | September 18, 2018

photo Aman Shrivastava on unsplash “Far from censoring emotion or striving to eliminate it’s influence, it is necessary to recognize, understand and integrate emotions.” The world, and certainly the world of business, treats our primitive brains as something to be avoided. We are supposed to behave in rational, conscious ways. And yet, Neuroscience shows that…