For most leaders, a traditional “elevator speech” is not as practical and/or effective as having a SOTU (State of the Union) at the ready. It is that quick, five to ten minute, communication that addresses what others in the organization most want to know.
Laguna Hills, CA – (May 13, 2015) – Kevin Buck, Principal of Emergent Success, presented at the New Pastors Program, a training for new pastors and administrators in parishes for the thirteen Catholic archdioceses and dioceses in the state of CA. The topic was Communication – Gender and Culture.
Laguna Hills, CA – (March 10-11, 2015) – Kevin Buck, Principal of Emergent Success, co-developed and facilitated the Kaiser Permanente B3 Summit, a national inter-professional summit designed to break the silos, bridge the gaps, and build the future for health care teams and academic partners.
Laguna Hills, CA – ( June 5-6, 2014) – Kevin Buck, Principal of Emergent Success and Keith McCandless, co-developer of Liberating Structures and co-author of the Surprising Power of Liberating Structures, co-facilitated a two-day immersive workshop that grounded participants in the conceptual framework and practical application of Liberating Structures.
Laguna Hills, CA – (December 03, 2013) – Kevin Buck, Principal of Emergent Success, co-facilitated with Michael Hunn, Senior VP and Regional Chief Executive of Providence Health & Services in Southern California, the session: Working Better Together for the Southern California Chapter of Health Care Executives (HCE) Annual Conference.
Laguna Hills, CA – (March, 2013). Kevin Buck. Principal of Emergent Success, has joined ipvive Inc. as a Psychology Advisor, providing subject matter expertise for the creation of a digital emotional platform utilizing an innovative psychological approach, from a complex systems to interpersonal perspectives.
Laguna Hills, CA – (January 9, 2013) – Kevin Buck, Principal of Emergent Success, was a featured presenter at the 2012 TEDxOrangeCoastWomen conference on December 1st. The theme of this year’s event was The Space Between.