Past Events

The below photos are from past events. Each image includes a brief summary explanation. Our intent is to provide a glimpse into some of our past work, experiences, and revelations. Stay tuned for additional event images in the future.

Al attending a Lewin Center conference in Washington, DC with some of the top minds on the field of Organization Development. Many of them were also  instructors at American University’s MSOD program. Charlie and Edith Seashore are the couple who are front / center on the first row. The OD community experienced a tragic loss when they both departed us in 2013. Al is pictured in the 3rd row towards the left side in the blue sweater vest.

Al attending a Lewin Center conference in Washington, DC with some of the top minds on the field of Organization Development. Many of them were also instructors at American University’s MSOD program. Charlie and Edith Seashore are the couple who are front / center on the first row. The OD community experienced a tragic loss when they both departed us in 2013. Al is pictured in the 3rd row towards the left side in the blue sweater vest.

Al pictured with Hester Darcy and Ashlee Droscher - Smith on the island of Trinidad and Tobago. They were teammates on an International Residency consulting assignment while attending American University (MSOD program). The team did outstanding work on an organization climate assessment assignment with the University of Trinidad and Tobago.

Al pictured with Hester Darcy and Ashlee Droscher – Smith on the island of Trinidad and Tobago. They were teammates on an International Residency consulting assignment while attending American University (MSOD program). The team did outstanding work on an organization climate assessment assignment with the University of Trinidad and Tobago.

Al designed and facilitated the annual strategic planning work session for the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. (Triangle East Chapter). The outcomes helped create new goals for the upcoming program year and continued to build deeper member relationships.

Al designed and facilitated the annual strategic planning work session for the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. (Triangle East Chapter). The outcomes helped create new goals for the upcoming program year and continued to build deeper member relationships.

Al worked with the leadership team at Herndon Capital Management in Atlanta, GA. He delivered six customized Leadership Development workshops over a four month period. This work was preceded by an extensive organization assessment and all staff retreat. Leadership coaching was also provided.

Al worked with the leadership team at Herndon Capital Management in Atlanta, GA. He delivered six customized Leadership Development workshops over a four month period. This work was preceded by an extensive organization assessment and all staff retreat. Leadership coaching was also provided.

Al facilitating small team breakout sessions with New Creation United Methodist Church members. This was post merger systems work to establish a new culture and ways of being together.

Al facilitating small team breakout sessions with New Creation United Methodist Church members. This was post merger systems work to establish a new culture and ways of being together.

Al Sullivan presenting at a Raleigh, NC Workforce Development meeting to people in job transition. Al has always had a passion to help people achieve their dreams and change their lives.

Al Sullivan presenting at a Raleigh, NC Workforce Development meeting to people in job transition. Al has always had a passion to help people achieve their dreams and change their lives.

Al on a hike along the Appalachian Trail. He and a group of friends hike a section of the 2,180 mile trail twice a year in the Fall & Spring. This 41 mile hike was near Roanoke, VA. Some of my most profound insights about change and working with groups came to me while hiking the trail – away from all the cares of the world experiencing the timeless lessons of nature.

Al on a hike along the Appalachian Trail. He and a group of friends hike a section of the 2,180 mile trail twice a year in the Fall & Spring. This 41 mile hike was near Roanoke, VA. Some of my most profound insights about change and working with groups came to me while hiking the trail – away from all the cares of the world experiencing the timeless lessons of nature.

Al pictured with some of his classmates at the American University graduation ceremony (May 2011). It was a cohort MS Organization Development degree program. The curriculum was co-designed by the National Training Laboratories (NTL). It was a deep experiential and life changing learning experience. He’s in the 2nd row towards the left.

Al pictured with some of his classmates at the American University graduation ceremony (May 2011). It was a cohort MS Organization Development degree program. The curriculum was co-designed by the National Training Laboratories (NTL). It was a deep experiential and life changing learning experience. He’s in the 2nd row towards the left.

Al facilitating a Diversity & Inclusion workshop with staff members from Med North Health center in Wilmington, NC. – This is the middle of a highly energized team brainstorming activity.

Al facilitating a Diversity & Inclusion workshop with staff members from Med North Health center in Wilmington, NC. – This is the middle of a highly energized team brainstorming activity.

 


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