At 18 years old, Doug was drafted 2nd overall into the NHL to play for the Los Angeles Kings as their youngest player ever. The next 11 years were defined by hockey successes, hockey failures, his lack of awareness and the culture of a collision sport. His career ended suddenly at 29 years old when he shattered his spine in professional game #607.
Through his best selling story, workshops and books, Doug reveals a simple and repeatable process for continuous improvement. It is a process that he has used himself and a model he strives to share with others. Today his core work flourishes beyond the individual, cultivating collaboration in teams and agility in organizations.