Shift Happens

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This unique project was created by the collective work of the attendees at the CAMalot 2012 conference held in Braselton, Georgia in October 2012 at the Chateau Elan Resort and Winery.

CAMalot 2012, a sister event to CAM ("Conversation Among Masters"), was an invitation-only gathering that brought together the doyens of the coaching profession and other remarkable people they admire. Invited attendees represented some of the most knowledgeable, successful, skilled, and fun coaches and professionals on the planet. CAMalot, founded by Bobette Reeder, Donna Steinhorn, and Guy Stickney, is hosted by Serendipitous Events.

Contributing authors to "Shift Happens: Musings from Digital Immigrants to Future Generations on Navigating the Age of Transformation" were the following:

Kristi Arndt
Elisabeth Barneveld
Laura Berman Fortgang
Minx Boren
Lable Braun
Lynnea Brinkerhoff
Phyllis Campagna
Jerry Campagna
Wendy Capland
Susan Chapman
Ann Clancy
Tracy Cooper
Kees de Vries
Ellen Fredericks
Bobbi Gemma
David Goldsmith
Linda Hall
Phyllis Haynes
Sabine Henrichfreise
Jack Johnson
Debra D. Kerby
Susan Klein
Margaret Krigbaum
Eddie Marmol
Rich Maxwell
Angela McDaniel
Susan Meyer
Lynda Moss
Siobhan Murphy
Suzanne Murray
Lisa Murrell
Jay Perry
Suzi Pomerantz
Bobette Reeder
Jim Richmond
Merv Rogers
Deborah Roth
Drazia Rubenstein
Janine Schindler
Liliana Schwartz-Brunner
Steve Scoggin
Cheryl Smith
Michael Snyder
Donna Steinhorn
Guy Stickney
Chene Swart
Johan Tandberg
Val Williams
Joan O. Wright

To learn more about CAMalot, visit

Shift Happens

Musings from Digital Immigrants to Future Generations on Navigating the Age of Transformation

Authored by CAMalot
Introduction by David Houle
Edited by Suzanne M Murray, Robert B Murray, Sarah McCarry
Edition: 1

Depending on your vantage point--as a Babyboomer, Gen Xer, Millennial, or Digital Native--the vast array of technology available to us today can be overwhelming, awe-inspiring, or just the reliable norm. In this relative context, how do we bridge the gap between those who are tech savvy and those who are technology-blind? How do we retain the wisdom of our elders while honoring the imagination and potential of our young people? Is it possible to embrace all of this technology and still remain human? Then again, what might we lose if we are unwilling to shift toward the future and accept the opportunity that all this innovation invites?

In this unique book, thought leaders from our time explore these very questions. Each contribution--whether presented in the form of an essay, poem, letter, dialogue, or fairytale--reveals valuable nuggets of wisdom to ponder as the human race shifts seemingly ever faster toward our future.

  • In the 21st century, we have the potential to be more connected with each other, not less.
  • Life before Facebook and mobile texting wasn’t better, just different.
  • The imagination of today drives the technology of tomorrow.
  • Love is always at the center.

Written from the perspective of multiple authors, this book speaks from a powerful collective voice of individuals who gathered and wrote together at the CAMalot 2012 conference ( in Braselton, Georgia. Inspired by speaker and futurist David Houle (author of "Entering the Shift Age"), these professional coaches, nonprofit leaders, ministers, and more took the spirit of the conference and conversation--along with their own deep life and professional experience--and poured it into this book.

Read it fast, or digest it slowly. Then read it to someone younger than you or gift it to someone older. We are all in this together. Let the dialogue between today’s thought leaders and the world’s next generation of leaders begin!

Publication Date:
1938954033 / 9781938954030
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Business & Economics / Leadership

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