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Dr. Eric Zabiegalski

Dr. Eric Zabiegalski is a graduate of George Washington University in Human and Organizational Learning and has been researching and studying leadership, learning, and change for over 20 years. Eric has been on all sides of the leadership fence from leader and manager to employee and servant and has practiced leadership and served leaders in some of the most coveted and challenging places in the world. With an early professional history as a technical expert, Eric has gone from being a technical SME (subject matter expert) to being a people SME and considers the human mind, human behavior, and consciousness to be the next great frontier for discovery. It is in this realm where he combines his technical subject matter expertise with his human sociological and organizational expertise for the betterment of individuals, organizations, their processes, and humanity. With additional interests in emotional intelligence or "EQ", servant leadership and followership, neuroscience, complexity science, creativity and ambidextrous organizations, Eric has been driven to finding the right balance of qualities, efforts and behaviors in order to not only build better high performing and learning teams but also create a better world in which to live, love, and grow. Eric lives on the Western shore of the Chesapeake Bay close to Washington DC with his wife, daughter, and Chow dog Wamu. Eric is the author of The Rise of the Ambidextrous Organization and Leading Ambidextrous Organizations, Part 1,2,3 (E-Books).

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Business Lessons from the AT (Appalachian Trail) Part 5

"What does this story have to do with business? Is there a metaphor for work? Yes, it has to do with those you encounter, in the workplace and on the trail, and focusing on helping them achieve their goals instead of hiking past, only focusing on your own." ...

Business Lessons from the AT (Appalachian Trail): Part 4

"What should intelligence look like in a group, and how should it feel? Maybe it should feel like a partnership instead of a stalwart idea by an individual with others in captive tow." ...

Business Lessons from the AT (Appalachian Trail): Part 2

"What is it about them, or the experience, which could build such strong emotional bonds in such a short amount of time? Is it authenticity? challenge? sharing of struggle or transparency?" ...