You are not alone. We are all navigating anxiety, loneliness, fatigue and grief, and it’s exhausting.
Reflection is just the first part. It informs the driving question: What is needed now?
We do not welcome this pandemic. But we can embrace our resulting choices. Where will we choose to go?
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, it’s time for a renewed focus on making a difference.
Leadership is not a spectator sport, nor is citizenship. Let’s lead the way. Connect. Listen. Act.
Balancing leadership (the people side) and management (the process side) is a key to success.
“Life is a continuous journey. You might as well enjoy the ride instead of just racing to the end.”
A colleague recalls what she learned from the late YMCA executive and former Everett School Board member.
Sometimes governments, school districts, businesses and nonprofits are designed to sustain oppression.
Busy leaders should also slow down, take a breath, listen — and take the time to teach.
When we help out, encourage others and try to make a difference, we’re playing a valuable role.