I was connected to The Leaders Lyceum (ly-see-um) several years ago when a friend introduced us. This is when I first learned about developmental theory, which intrigued me from the moment I heard it.
Their business creates transformational experiences to lead people towards greater maturity and effectiveness, and they ended up hiring Noodlehead Marketing to help with several projects. We ultimately ended up disconnecting for several years, after they fired our company.
When Keith Eigel and Karl Kuhnert published The Map, a book that took a deeper dive, I read it with my dad and a friend. I also started a commentary on the highlights of the book. As a result, Keith took notice of my online efforts and invited me to lunch. This eventually led to us talking about working together and we both agreed to trade services. I would enroll as a student in the multi-corporate development program and in exchange, I would offer my coaching and marketing services, part of which would include me writing about my journey through the leadership program.
Below is a list of blog posts documenting my experience through the Leaders Lyceum program.