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Category Archives: Social responsibility
Everyone has a story and our job is to listen. A few decades years after the Civil War, Clara White, a former slave, saw a need and took action in her Jacksonville, Florida neighborhood. Some of her neighbors did not … Continue reading →
With a world full of noise, how can we fine-tune the needed listening skill? This past week I facilitated a San Francisco workshop examining how colleges and universities envision and implement faculty development. My session subtitle: What Important Questions Should … Continue reading →
But wouldn’t it be a shame if we create such unforgiving filters that the positive, the joy and the connections never make it through? Overload. We hear a lot about information overload. People bemoan social media as a culprit of … Continue reading →
For the coming week, challenge yourself and someone you care about to take specific action and develop one of the six characteristics …. If we all do it, think of the change we can generate. In a few weeks I … Continue reading →