Soulful Living Retreat

Discover the path to more meaning and purpose in your life

*Are you often busy and depleted…yet rarely fulfilled?
*Are you looking for deeper connections in your day-to-day life?
*Are you ready to make choices aligned with what you care about most?

Please join us for a retreat where we will come together in community to discover ways of living more soulfully.

In our time together, we invite you to:

*Reaffirm your core values to ensure a more entered and mindful existence
*Explore your second-calf-of-life aspirations
*Open your mind and heart to different ways of being more fully present

Soulful Living Retreat
September 29th-October 1st, 2016
The Glen Club
2901 West Lake Avenue
Glenview, Illinois 

 Space is limited to ten people, and a short, phone-based interview is requested as part of registration.

Please click below to register, and an initial call will be scheduled to get you started.  For additional questions, please contact Cathy Ach via phone at 847.441.2912 or via email at Hope to see you there!




Managing Change: Accelerate!

“Perhaps the greatest challenge business leaders face today is [figuring out] how to stay competitive amidst constant turbulence and disruption.”

This quote comes from an article by John Kotter in the November 2012 issue of Harvard Business Review entitled Accelerate! The BIG IDEA here is that while Kotter acknowledges that traditional hierarchies and management processes can still meet the daily demands of most enterprises today, he believes that a second “operating system” must be introduced to work in concert with the first one. The second system is devoted to the design and implementation of strategy, uses an agile, network-like structure and runs on a very different set of processes. It enables the organization to be better at identifying important hazards, formulating strategic initiatives, and implementing these initiatives – all with greater speed. Kotter argues that this “dual operating system” makes enterprises easier to run and accelerates strategic change.

Since most of my client organizations have a separate set of initiatives focused primarily on strategy execution, t