Your current results are directly because of your current investment. You have to change your investment to change your results.
David B McLaughlin, M. Ed, SHRM-SCP
David B. McLaughlin, M.Ed, SHRM-SCP, is the founder of Pendulum Coaching and brings a wealth of unique experience, insight and energy to solving problems and helping employers and employees work better together. He has over twenty-years experience coaching and consulting. He has been committed to mindfulness and meditation for over ten years.
He has a M. Ed in Adult Education and B.S. in Accounting from the University of Central Oklahoma. He is also currently a Ph. D student at Kansas State University. David is the host of The Mindful Leader podcast.
David served at a large insurance company in Oklahoma City for 18 years where he was an executive in charge of Learning and Development. He has also served on the boards of the Oklahoma City Human Resources Society and Central Oklahoma Chapter of the Association of Talent Development as well as many other business and community organizations. David is also a former tax accountant as well as a frequent event speaker.
The Pendulum Philosophy
Our mission is to create mindful organizations by investing in people. Leaders are often not mindful of the careers, needs and stresses of their employees. Employees are often not mindful of the purpose, needs and stresses of their employers and leaders. Organizations get out of their employees what they invest in them. Employees get out of their careers what they invest in them. What you invest is also what you earn - in kind and in proportion. Your current results are exactly because of your current investment. Change your investment to change your results.
In order to achieve maximum effectiveness, we believe in making Four Commitments:
• Commit to Wholeness – I am committed to being whole in mind, body, heart and spirit.
• Invest in myself – I invest in the wholeness of my mind, body, heart and spirit individually and completely.
• Invest in others – I invest in the wholeness of the mind, body, heart and spirit of those in my care and that I care about.
• Own the results – My results are the truest indicator of the effectiveness of my efforts.