It has been an amazing year! One year ago on November 26th, 2014, we launched CuringtheCulture and it has been amazing. This vision is one of developing servant leadership through people and program development. It has been awesome hearing people use the phrase “Curing the Culture.” My good friends […]

As parents, we work very hard trying to ensure that our kids are perfect. Sometimes I question whether I do that for them, or to avoid embarrassment for myself! This week alone, one of my kids made a 67/F on a science test, another one rolled the window down in […]

  Someone recently asked me about keeping a company’s culture positive while also holding people accountable for results. It was a great question and I had to think for a moment about how to give a response that would not be taken in a negative way. The more I thought […]

It’s not about the win. It’s about how you treat others during the race. It was my first sprint triathlon! Yes, it was ugly, but I finished. The culture of the event was one I will never forget. It truly was a great experience. My family was out of town […]

At Curing the Culture we typically focus on the culture of a workplace, home, business, or faith-based organization.  This is defined as how you should be treated and how you should treat people in the environment. The culture within the environment can be perceived as a positive culture or a […]

Servant Leadership: Thank You Pat!

Servant leadership is a philosophy and set of practices that enriches the lives of individuals, builds better organizations, and ultimately creates a more just and caring world. Robert K. Greenleaf first coined the term servant leader in 1970. “The servant-leader is servant first… It begins with the natural feeling that one […]

Dawn and I were at dinner last night celebrating our 13 year anniversary. We are blessed beyond belief! We ran into some people we know while we were out and they asked a very simple question: “What is Curing the Culture?” We often get this question, but for someone to […]