Throughout his career, Kent always tried to help people understand the “why” for their work. That desire lead him to be a recruiter and then an HR leader. It was while leading an HR team that the competing demands of “the system” of work and his own “why” came into conflict. Frozen by the side of the road on his way to work, Kent found himself at the edge of oblivion. He reinvented himself as an Agent of Evolutionary Change. Now he works with individuals, leaders and organizations, helping them navigate the increasing speed and complexity of modern work through continued personal and professional development. And, while the depression hasn’t left him, he’s learned how to manage depression at work by treating every moment of joy or sadness as a workout. That workout is helping him build the muscle that keeps depression at bay.
- WHO Report “Depression Is The Leading Cause of Disability” (article)
- David White “The Three Marriages: Reimagining Work, Self and Relationship” (book)
- Deloitte 2018 Human Capital Report “The Symphonic C-suite” (article)
- Lenny Kravitz – Dream (song)
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