For sixteen years, Mack Fogelson has been guiding companies — and humans — into better versions of themselves. She is a powerful, courageous, wholehearted change-maker experienced in large-scale cultural transformation and systems change with Fortune 500 companies. Mack coaches executives, their teams, and organizations to lasting behavioral, systems, and cultural change so they can become more adaptive, resilient, and human. She has been honored to move thought forward with publications such as The Economist, is an accomplished writer, speaker, former entrepreneur, and Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator. Mack lives in Fort Collins, Colorado with her husband Jon and her mini-Macks: Ryan and Easton.
Ways of doing are the actions your team and organization operationalize so you can work in new, adaptive ways. Ways of doing include things that change your systems — how you budget, plan, allocate resources, determine compensation, or give feedback, for example. It can also be things like how you meet, communicate, prioritize, craft your vision, or develop and disseminate strategy.