This week’s photograph was actually taken June 18, 2015. A few things intervened in between then, like landmark Supreme Court rulings, hence the delay.
The photo is of the installation, testing, and docking of the first bicycles in one of the newest Capital Bikeshare Stations (@Bikeshare) in Washington, station number 353, we informally call it the #CTHNext station, since it’s installed in front of the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth).
On the evening of July 15, 2015 at 8:15pm, two high-rise construction cranes will come to life in a synchronized spectacle of motion. Dance of the Cranes will consist of a choreographed dance performed by two high-rise construction cranes towering over the streets of Washington, DC. At dusk, the cranes will slowly begin to … Continue reading Photo Friday: Dance of the Cranes, Washington, DC USA
This Photo Friday is a collage, which conveyed an important message (to me) this week.
Isn’t it remarkable how a flag or any visual message can contribute to a culture of acceptance, that allows all humans to acheive their full potential. As usual, I find lots of analogies to health care.
Following the decision, one, then all of the letters that spelled “Love Wins” escapes into the sky. Because it did, as we predicted a long time ago . Lots more below. And lots more to do. Equality Equals Health and Health equals the ability to achieve life goals. Similar Posts: Photo Friday: Love wins (again) … Continue reading Photo Friday: Love Wins, Washington DC USA
Floors we tend to save and build upon…
The demolition of the interior of the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth) began this week, to prepare for the next version that we call #CTHNext. The sledgehammers that we wielded caused me to reflect on the work and people we’ve been involved with to date who also shatter things: Continue reading→
This week’s photograph is not from DC, as I spent a more than a little time away to further my leadership learning @HBSExecEd .
The photo is taken from the top of the Pilgrim Monument, at the tip of the cape cod, and shows the Long Point Light Station, an iconic feature of the cape cod seashore. Continue reading→
This week’s photograph is a collage of the Thurgood Marshall Center for Service and Heritage, from 2015 and 1979. The Center is on a side street in the Shaw neighborhood and is the home to many revolutions in leadership, most notably the end of school segregation in 1955. When I was there recently, I tried … Continue reading Photo Friday: Leading in a world that doesn’t want you to – Thurgood Marshall Center, Washington, DC USA