Helping organizations reach their potential by making available all the knowledge, perspective, and skills learned during 22 years in three organizations of excellence – The Reagan White House, National Geographic, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Every successful organization starts with a clear vision of where it is headed. That vision must be easily understood by everyone inside the organization, and by every other key audience, including current and potential customers, investors, donors, and supporters. Organizations with a clear vision and purpose are the only ones with a great chance of hitting on all cylinders, growing and prospering, keeping their employees inspired, and connecting with more and more people.
But all too often organizations go about their daily business without a clear vision, or one not easily understood, which causes a loss of focus and energy. Employees, customers, and stakeholders are confused. Money is wasted, as is valuable time, effort, and human potential.
I have had the privilege of serving in three world-renowned organizations which set a standard of excellence – The White House, National Geographic, and the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
I served as President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum for nearly 9 years, reported directly to the Chairman of the Board of National Geographic for 11 years, and was Assistant White House Press Secretary to President Ronald Reagan.
For 22 years, I lived and worked in the midst of excellence at those great organizations. Along the way, I gathered a national network of influential friends in the realms of public policy, diplomacy, scientific research, journalism, sports, and business. I enjoy helping them and calling on them for help when needed.
I am excited to make available to you and your organization all the knowledge, perspective, and skills learned during those remarkable experiences.
Every organization, depending on the current stage of its life cycle, is facing challenges, or missing valuable opportunities, and would benefit from an objective perspective of how they can do better. I would be honored to put my unique experience and expertise to work to help you maximize your potential.
Thank you for your consideration. I would enjoy helping you.
P.S. If you give me the opportunity, you will be working directly with me – not a junior account representative. And since I keep costs low, my rate is very reasonable.
Please call or e-mail me if you are interested in discussing how I can help you.