Concord Tag

One of the unexpected benefits of this summer has been, hands down, the community of people within which I find myself. I have met some of the most genuine, intentional, and awesome people.  For me, its been an excellent reminder that life is so much sweeter when you surround yourself...

Recently, my reading and discoveries has me pondering the purpose for communication. There are arguably three of them. First, we communicate with the purpose of sharing information; second, we communicate to problem solve, and third, we communicate with the purpose of tending to a relationship… a lot of time this...

My activities these past four weeks fit mainly in two categories. The first is a continuation from the month of June learning content, observing trainings, and sometimes helping to deliver modules at Insight trainings.  The material for Insight trainings stem primarily from two world- renown books. The first, Getting to...

Every morning on my way to the office, I pass this sign. “Entering Concord”, it reads, and every morning I am reminded that this is real. That for the next year, I will be an Insight Fellow, working with some of the best minds in the field of conflict management...

June 3-14, 2015 - Concord, MA Concord, Massachusetts is an interesting place for all the obvious reasons: self-proclaimed birthplace of the American Revolution, home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thoreau, and Louisa May Alcott, and my personal favorite – the seemingly only place in Massachusetts where it is illegal to sell plastic...