The University of Maine at Augusta and the Office of the Dean of Students have invited Kevin Hancock to speak about his experiences on the Pine Ridge Reservation as part of their recognition of Native American Heritage Month at the Augusta campus. This event is open to the public, and will be held from 12pm … Continue reading Kevin Hancock to speak at UMA
9/26/17 - This past Tuesday, Kevin Hancock was invited to speak at the University of Southern Maine in Portland as part of the SAGE lecture series. SAGE provides academic lecture and discussion programs chosen by its members, in topic areas such as history, culture, the arts, geography, anthropology, and science. Using University and community resources, the … Continue reading 2017 SAGE Lecture Series
Hello! The third printed edition of NOT FOR SALE - Finding Center in the Land of Crazy Horse arrived from the publishing company today! The book first launched in the fall of 2015 and we now have 6,000 copies sold or in distribution. To celebrate, now through September 30th, we are having a big sale! For every … Continue reading Third Printed Edition of NOT FOR SALE – Finding Center in the Land of Crazy Horse launches!
Hello! I did a live Facebook podcast with the Maine Restaurant and Innkeepers Associations today! On October 24th I am speaking at their 1st annual Maine Hospitality Summit (www.mainehospitalitysummit.com). Here is a link to the podcast...: https://www.facebook.com/MaineInnkeepers/videos/10154577491767282/ At their conference we are going to be talking about leadership strategies for pushing power out from the corporate … Continue reading Maine InnKeepers Podcast Link
I was blessed to be the key note speaker this weekend at the annual National Spasmodic Dysphonia Conference held, ironically this year, in the Music City of Nashville, TN. People with broken voices from all over the world came to the city of beautiful voices to learn, connect and share their stories. It was such … Continue reading Searching for Voices in the City of Music
Hello! This is a great short (4:00 minute) video reminder about how we are all more alike than we are different. The ideas that we think divide us are not as big as they appear… Kevin Hancock President / Hancock Lumber firstname.lastname@example.org Books available at www.kevindhancock.com
This short article is by a friend of mine…Larry Miller…a lean management consultant. The article is titled The Ten Virtues of Leadership for a Collaborative World. This is a quick but brilliant read and just had to share this with you. I don't use the word 'brilliant' very often...but this article is briliant! I shared … Continue reading The Ten Virtues of Leadership for a Collaborative World
I had the honor of being the dinner speaker tonight at Aetna's world-wide finance team leadership conference in Hartford, CT. They had 400 of their finance leaders there from around the globe. Aetna bought a copy of the book NOT FOR SALE for each attendee. It was really fun to share the story of Pine Ridge and … Continue reading Connecting Tribes!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCCb85TgeEU&feature=youtu.be Just sharing this 3 minute video...no one in the video over 10 years old...could solve all the world's problems...
Hello! This video humanizes the Syrian refugee crisis. Whenever you humanize a situation the truth surfaces. President Trump's current position of distancing America from refugee challenges is the opposite of what should be done and who we are as a country. "Refugee" - a person who has been FORCED to leave their country in … Continue reading Humanizing “refugees”…makes the truth of what America should do easy to see…