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Lead: Being Influenced by Others

In order to challenge the systemic bias in our country, we’ll all need to step into our leadership. As a leader, standing on the sidelines hoping others will fix things is not an option.

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Living Thoughtfully: Coming Back to Grief

We’ve been hearing from a lot of our clients, colleagues, families, and friends that coming off of the Memorial Day weekend, people are heavy with grief, exhaustion, and frustration. We’re writing this week to let you know that if that’s your experience you’re not alone, and you’re not crazy!

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Living Thoughtfully: It’s Going to be OK

Show up each day with your gifts and talents, your values and beliefs, and your love for your world. Let the best of you lead during this time!

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From Shock to Grief

As we make our way through this global pandemic, we have to integrate new understandings of our world.

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When Your World is Rocking

Normalizing how challenging a rocking world can be will help you to be patient as the threads come out and new ones are added.

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