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Alan Culler

Alan Cay Culler is a writer of stories and songs, his fourth career (aspiring actor, speakers agent, change consultant, storyteller.) He retired after thirty-seven years as a leadership and change consultant. Alan was an executive coach, a leadership team facilitator, trainer, and project manager for innovation and improvement initiatives. Alan’s point of view: "Business is all about people, customers, staff, suppliers, and the community - pay disciplined attention to these people and rewards follow; ignore them and success will not last." Alan is “a seeker of wisdom from unusual places.” He is currently completing three books: Wisdom from Unusual Places, Is Consulting Wisdom an Oxymoron?, and Change Leader? Who me?. Alan earned a BA in Theatre from Centre College, an MBA from the London Business School, and a post-graduate certificate in Organization Development from Columbia University. Alan also builds cigar box guitars and wood sculptures, hikes, travels with his wife Billie, and gets as much grandchildren playtime as he can.

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My First BizCatalyst 360° Article

"I have long wondered how business can be a force for good in the world. I have wondered where the global forum is for people puzzling through how to solve the world's problems. I think this might be one of those places." ...

The Is-Should Matrix: A Simple Tool for Getting Unstuck? (maybe?)

"All too frequently though I don’t know the reason I’m stuck. That’s frustrating. Sometimes frustration can lead to action that alleviates the frustration, but today that isn’t working." ...

How to Learn

"We choose to learn because we see some value in it, either we are just interested in knowing something or we think knowing it or having some particular skill will be helpful to our career or be beneficial to us in some way." ...

Living in the “Comm-Ent Complex”

"Try to disaggregate communications from entertainment in your mind.  It’s fine to be entertained and be informed, but try to recognize when you're doing each. And if you're watching political satire, make sure it isn’t your only source for news." ...