About Me

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My name is Jon Davis, and I am consultant with The Center for Intentional Leadership.  We are a consulting firm specializing in developing strong leaders, high performing teams and healthy organizational cultures.  Our work helps people produce remarkable results by expanding their energy, vision and versatility.

I am a former college athlete and played football at Davidson College.  I really enjoy staying active with running, biking, interval workouts, skiing and hiking.

Screen Shot 2015-01-04 at 8.00.11 PMHiking Mt. Belford in Colorado

Screen Shot 2015-01-04 at 8.02.51 PMBiking in Moab, UT

I have a yellow Labrador named Brooks who tries to make it on as many of these outdoor trips as he can.  However, he can get pretty busy during the day.

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I am a huge music fan and love to travel.  Some pictures of my human family below.

Screen Shot 2015-01-04 at 8.14.08 PMMy Parents

Screen Shot 2015-01-04 at 8.15.42 PMMy Brothers

My goal with this blog is to share ideas that inspire people to lead with more energy, influence, meaning and satisfaction in their lives. It also for organizations that want to build and sustain a highly effective culture and achieve remarkable results.

Contact me at jon@centerforintentionalleadership.com

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Minced October 24, 2011 at 8:33 pm

Elements2Lead,

I’d love to get your thoughts on this story from Here & Now on NPR today:
http://hereandnow.wbur.org/2011/08/16/silicon-valley-talent

Do you agree or disagree? I think it would make a great post!

Nikki

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Elements2Lead October 24, 2011 at 4:22 am

I love this! I think this would definitely be a great post. While I think there are merits to going after talented people, I think the organization provides the greenhouse for success. I agree with the Fast Company Editor who alludes to the fact that any one person is not bigger than the organization. When a company makes it about one or two rock stars, then they won’t survive. This was the central premise of what separated good companies from great ones in “Good to Great.” The best companies with the longest track record of success had leaders that knew a sustainable company culture was more important than their individual success.

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Jennifer Cooper September 13, 2012 at 8:43 am

I love your story! You are shining you true light for sure.

Namaste!

Jenn

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Quincy @ Shugurcän August 23, 2013 at 7:22 pm

The balance that you are trying to achieve is something that I strive for as well. Health truly does leak into all aspects of life in some way, and I admire that you are addressing this!
Hopefully this message will continue to be spread so that everyone can lead more connected and fulfilling lives.

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