Leadership


Getting Wet

During the late 1990s, I had the pleasure of participating in an Outward Bound program during leadership training as Kellogg National Fellow. So many elements of that experience have stayed with me over the years. One that I often think of...

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A Different Kind of Courage

Courage as We Know It Working with community leaders over the past decade, I have seen many praised for taking courageous stands against wrongdoing. Courage usually begins with a series of meetings. People come together, reflecting on a fundamental injustice. In...

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Adventures of Painstaking Pragmatism

Since the birth of the 24-hour news cycle and its cousin, the seemingly infinite blogosphere, leaders have struggled to capture the public’s razor-thin attention. This is one of the reasons extremism has become so disappointingly normal. Those who lead change movements...

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