Learning and Leadership Across the World

“The term “culture”…and the culture concept to which I adhere…denotes an historically transmitted pattern of meanings embodied in symbols, a system of inherited conceptions expressed in symbolic forms by means of when [leaders] communicate, perpetuate, and develop their knowledge about and attitudes towards life.”
– The Interpretations of Cultures, Clifford Geertz

It is through socio-cultural anthropological explorations and research, particularly as it concerns the study of leadership, where I share my travels and learnings from around the world that better inform how we come to understand the foundation of leadership in the 21st Century.

CHAD, Central Africa

Learn more about collaborative leadership, from the Village of Kindri and the indigenous Sara people of Chad.


Hear the story of a delightful, energetic, and wonderful young Vietnamese man and how he leads.


Gain perspective on the implications of past, future and present  as I explore the lost worlds of Ethiopis and my encounters with indigenous tribal people of the Omo Valley.