Chris works from the principle that organizations have most of what is needed internally to transform themselves. What's lacking is the extra capacity and energy needed for transformation -- the equivalent of what the renovation industry calls swing space, where people and resources move temporarily during construction. That's because they've worked hard to be "lean" or just been downsized past having any capacity beyond barely keeping up with today's challenges ... like a pandemic.
Organizations -- and especially their leaders -- also need help in setting and directing transformation efforts, much like an architect who drives the design of new spaces according to requirements and the construction manager who oversee the building of the new spaces. Chris views his primary role as a strategic facilitator and transformation advisor is to design and lead a thoughtful and purposeful journey of collaborative discovery with a critical mass of key organizational stakeholders allowing them to consider their challenges and create their collective future together ... with Chris providing the process keys to unlock the potential energy and actions of an organization.