Welcome to the Peregrine Leadership Institute, your thought-partner in personal and organizational leadership development. 

Our approach to leadership and team development is:

  • a strategic investment in your organization.

  • outcome-based with measurable ROI.

  • goal-oriented with customized solutions aligned with your mission, vision, and values.

  • designed to establish a culture of excellence and continuous improvement centered on core values.

  • aimed to support a diversified workplace with global perspectives.

Peregrine's applied solutions for leadership development will improve employee retention and morale, stimulate productivity, and advance workplace safety and team effectiveness.

Let the Peregrine Leadership Institute be your partner in Growing Leaders and Creating Success!

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Predictable Irrationality

Published: October 16

Professor Richard Thaler of the University of Chicago has been honored with the 2017 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. For 200 years, economists have argued (and continue to argue) that humans are rational. Economists would probably be the first to accept that the assumption is far from being perfect. The holy grail of rationality is so deeply embedded in economic

Toy Story

Published: September 29

Charles Lazarus founded Toys R Us in 1948. During the 1980s and 1990s, Toys R Us was the undisputed top toy retailer in the U.S. Last week, the company filed for bankruptcy protection. How did this happen? One of the key factors in failure is inertia. Toys R Us, just like many leading companies in other industries, simply failed to see the relentless assault of

A different Irma and Harvey

Published: September 22

The destruction caused by the two hurricanes is beyond words, beyond imagination. Reports suggest that it might take months for electricity to be restored. Reconstruction may take several years. Who can estimate the costs? How do you determine the “cost” of a rain forest destroyed? Of millions of people whose lives will probably never be the same again? When the super-typhoon

Death by PowerPoint

Published: September 21

“The typical human brain can hold about seven pieces of new information for less than 30 seconds!”                                                                                  Dr. John Medina, Brain Rules. Long before PowerPoint became an inevitable part of corporate and academic life, I had the good fortune of attending a memorable training program. The Professor was one of

The Ambidextrous Leader

Published: September 08

Conference Board (https://www.conference-board.org) reports an alarming churn at the top of the largest corporations. In the first fifteen years of this century, almost 25% of CEO departures from the Fortune 500 companies have been reported as being involuntary. A PwC report on the 2,500 largest companies denotes the huge cost of forced turnover – a mind-boggling $112 billion