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.

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Reflect ... or Decay

Published: July 17

We live in a world where business, economics, and politics collide in ways that are frustrating and painful. Some scholars characterize our existence as living on a nonstop treadmill. The typical executive’s workday is full of meetings, e-mails, phone calls, travel, reports, crisis management, problem-solving, and decision-making. The Boston Consulting Group’s “index of

What Would You Do?

Published: July 11

In 1997, Bowen McCoy wrote an article in HBR titled "The Parable of the Sadhu." Here is the abstract: A group of executives (among them the author) from different countries is on a Himalayan trek. As they prepare to reach their destination, an 18,000 foot pass over a crest, some memories about the problems that one faces at high altitudes swirl through their minds. Having reached

Lessons from a troubled Unicorn

Published: June 22

Once upon a time, not long ago, there was a company called Enron. In 2001, Fortune magazine ranked Enron at No. 7 with revenues of over $100 billion, profits of nearly a billion, and a market value of nearly $50 billion. The “icing on the cake” for Enron was Fortune naming it (Enron) “America’s most innovative company” 6 years in a row. Enron went on to innovate and grow.

Transportation 2030

Published: May 26

Last week, Ford abruptly changed its CEO. Moody’s reported that the move reflects potentially negative developments inside the automaker. The credit-rating agency declared that the ascension of Jim Hackett is credit-negative for Ford. Meanwhile, Tesla has overtaken both GM and Ford as the most valuable automaker in the US. Let us try to place this in perspective. Last year (2016)

Capitalism's Dilemma

Published: May 22

Addressing shareholders recently, Warren Buffet defended 3G Capital’s method of cutting costs and shoring up short-term profits. The comments came in the aftermath of 3G’s $143 billion failed bid for Unilever. It is worth examining the two models of capitalism that 3G and Unilever represent. 3G’s last success was with Kraft Heinz. Kraft Heinz today is notable for its clock-like