Leadership Breakfast of Maryland

Doors Open at 7:00 AM
Session: 7:30 AM to 8:45 AM. 
Feel free to stay and discuss the session until 9:30 AM.

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October 7, 2016
What if You Led a Company Like a Coach Leads a Sports Team?

Would it be more fun?
Would you be more effective?
Let’s find out.

What if you led a department like a coach?

What if you led your personal life like a player-coach?

Let’s engage in an active inquiry into “what if.”

What would change and what would stay the same?

How might you change?

We shall see… 
Take-Aways From This Session

You will question and expand your vision of the benefits of imagining new and innovative approaches to leading oneself and one’s company. 

Here's two interesting interviews which may also serve as background material for this session: 

About Our Facilitator:  





Lowell Nerenberg


For the past 11 years Lowell ("Coach Lowell") Nerenberg has been an executive leadership, management and team coach, mentor, and consultant. He is committed to helping leaders achieve profound and enduring breakthroughs in leadership and management awareness, competence, and effectiveness.

Thirty years ago, Lowell founded and led Mid-Atlantic region-based Computer Graphics Distributing Company (CGD) for eleven years, during which CGD became #144 on the Inc. 500 list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America. After co-founding a similar distribution firm in New England, Lowell sold CGD in a merger and roll-up with five other regionals to form a national distribution company. Later the same year the merged group issued an IPO on NASDAQ and soon thereafter acquired the New England-based company also. Lowell remained with the public company as VP of Marketing.

In many ways, CGD was unique in the technology distribution world. It was inspired by a powerful shared purpose and guided by core values and principles. An article about the company, “How I Built a National Firm with Culture and Purpose,” appeared in the Baltimore and Washington editions of SmartCEO magazine at bit.ly/CGDmyturn.,

In addition to his experience as a CEO, investor, and entrepreneur, Lowell has had extensive training and experience in advanced interpersonal communications, neuroscience, mindful leadership, stress reduction, human potential, emotional awareness and intelligence, and other advanced approaches to enhancing one’s performance and alignment with others.

Lowell is a graduate of Temple University. He and his wife, Bev, live in the DC area, and have two sons and three grandchildren.

Contact Information

Lowell Nerenberg 

Coach Lowell

Email: Lowell@coachlowell.com

Phone: 301-467-6224

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Venue

The Conference Center at the Offices of Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy, and Ecker, P.A.


12505 Park Potomac Avenue
6th Floor
Potomac, MD 20854
(I270 & Montrose Road)
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Our Gracious Host/Sponsor: Shulman Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, P.A.

Resolutionary Thinking

Focusing on solutions. Thinking creatively and tenaciously about outcomes. About what’s in your best interests. Getting matters resolved, so you can get on with what matters to you. That’s resolutionary thinking. And that’s made Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, P.A., one of the largest, most respected law firms in the Washington Metropolitan Area.

In 1972, Shulman Rogers was founded on a commitment to client service. Today, the firm’s roster of highly skilled attorneys and other dedicated staff members are all guided by that same commitment. A client-first approach. A smart, efficient practice. A relentless focus on problem solving. And an underlying compassion—for our clients and our community. It all adds up to resolutionary thinking. The kind of thinking you can count on from the people of Shulman Rogers.