Michael provides practical, immediately implementable skills for working with young people and adults.  Whether related to the business world, camp settings, or formal educational institutions, Michael’s creative, hands on, practical approach includes concepts related to and specific tools for engaging young people or adults.

Experiential education and classroom education are not mutually exclusive.  Most educational settings provide space for the best of both worlds.  Michael has experience with and passion for camp, youth travel, social justice programs, and for the classroom.  He works with individuals to use the best educational and leadership techniques available in any setting, translating experiential techniques to the classroom setting and classroom skills to traditionally experiential environments.

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Meyers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the most widely used personality inventory in the world.  Aimed at helping people better understand themselves and how they interact with others, it has also helped organizations of all sizes address their needs.[1] MBTI can provide important learning for teams or for individuals looking to grow personally and professionally.  While staying true to the MBTI, Michael brings his unique facilitation, presentation and leadership style to individuals and groups.  He works with individuals and groups to better understand themselves, the ways in which they interact with others, and the implications for individual and group growth.

Michael integrates Simon Says with a number of his offerings as a fun training element, team building exercise, and powerful metaphor for a number of practices related to communication and spirituality.  He also offers Simon Says as a fun, often challenging, stand-alone program for groups of all ages.

[1]Adapted from:, March 2011