Marne Power is deliberate at making measured practice a priority. An organizational learning and development specialist at the University of Virginia School of Medicine in Charlottesville, Virginia, Marne is also on the faculty of Influence Ecology, teaching people to take the proper and incremental actions to move mountains. Her primary role here is leading a 12-week program designed to put priorities into practice — to make these habits a natural part of our daily life. We’ll talk a bit about her journey, but today we’ll also ask her about the lessons learned by those she teaches and hear examples of how most results are quite achievable when you identify, commit to, and take the proper actions within a consequential environment.
In this episode’s talk, Co-Founder Kirkland Tibbels speaks on the nature of consequence and how it is often the missing component in most transactions.