We’ve all heard of think tanks, but how many think and DO tanks have you heard of? Detroit Future City is committed to advancing the quality of life for all Detroiters. The organization accomplishes this by partnerships with residents and stakeholders using data driven strategies that promotes community and economic development. This week we talk with...Read More
By PureReinvention on Jan 29, 2018 in Connect: Detroit, Creating Space, Detroit, Education, Growth, Leadership, Learning Laboratory, Making Space, Podcast, Professional Development, Reinvention, Reinvention Laboratory | 0 comments
We are so excited to announce the launch of a professional development opportunity like no other. Connect: Detroit will be a one day experience in Detroit on May 22. This experience is designed for high functioning executives who are interested in rolling up their sleeves, feeling a little uncomfortable and experiencing the reinvention that is happening in Detroit....Read More
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If you're in business for yourself or looking for a reason to do it, these podcasts are a jolt of inspiration....you just need to bring the perspiration!
The things that I learn from the podcasts and from the things that you guys do have definitely been an inspiration to me.
I worked with Mike to apply the PureReinvention process to identify and resolve issues with our board and other leaders to move things forward.
What I learned is that if I set my mind to it, I can do anything!
I learned that you should never be afraid to make a change if your heart is in it and I also learned to give back and be a resource to others and its important to surround yourself with successful people so you can learn from them.
Thoroughly enjoyed the day. It was great to get away and reinvent myself to move forward.
There was so much I’m taking away from today. I think a really big piece of that is you don’t have to do it yourself. In fact, the people who are really succeeding and pushing ahead are not doing it themselves. They are relying on the expertise and knowledge of people around them, relying on other peoples’ points of view to keep them open to possibilities.
One of the reasons that I follow PureReinvention is because it has forced me to start thinking differently about that association world.
It’s important to have a number of different groups be a part of the reinvention process. It’s the blending and the melding of those knowledge bases in the reinvention process that helps the city or any organization move forward at a much more rapid pace.