Promote Well Being for Well Doing with Duncan McLachlan

Promote Well Being for Well Doing with Duncan McLachlan

The holiday season reminds us to appreciate the people around us, so what better time to re-run our conversation on respect with Duncan McLachlan.   Respect is both a noun and a verb. It is something we experience and a way we treat people (including ourselves). Entailing acknowledgement, appreciation, acceptance, and everything in between, respect is a basic human right. 

This week Duncan McLachlan joins from Paris to share how we can create and foster respect and makes a convincing case for adding respect as a core personal value, all fueled by his work in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.  Episode notes and bio can be found at

Credits: Raechel Sherwood for Original Score Composition.

YouTube Channel: Uncover The Human





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Duncan MacLachlan

Chief Reinvention Officer | DEI and Resilience Expert | Change Capacity Leader

Duncan MacLachlan helps people and organizations build change capacity. For adaptation. For resilience. For reinvention.

Duncan guides people, teams and organizations to be their best through collaborative strength-based appreciative approaches that produce healthy, high performing cultures.
Duncan believes that people are the heart of every organization and every change effort. He is an expert in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) and belonging. He promotes well being for well doing.

Duncan knows the power of mentorship and sharing knowledge across generations. He is a mentor to young people in Uganda, the Philippines and India.

He believes in contributing leadership and sharing privilege. He volunteers on advisory boards including Reinvention Canada and the African Center for Diversity and Inclusion.

Duncan is the founder of BeMoreU providing coaching, consulting and communication services. He is the co-founder of The Reinvention Collective - an international group of “change advisors for a new era” launching in 2021. His forthcoming book, “Resilience to Reinvention” will be published in 2022.