Recognizing when to shift out of our habitual styles and consciously apply alternative styles of listening and responding may allow for more effective and meaningful interactions.
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Celebrating our teachers is more than a sign of gratitude, it is an acknowledgment of the service they give to create foundational structure.
Personally and professionally, I can’t think of anything accomplished that did not have its string of obstacles before it. Whenever you see highlight reels, you can assume there was plenty of obstacle hurdling on the way there.
Creating the vision is important, holding to it even more so. [Read More In The Post]
How we see a problem often is the problem. [Read More In The Post]
Where we begin is a part of our story, but it does not define the last chapter.
Widely known for his seminal work, The Souls of Black Folk, in 1903, W.E.B. Du Bois was the first Black American to earn a Ph.D. from Harvard University and was a founding member of the NAACP. [Read more in the post]
I will not take ‘but’ for an answer. – Langston Hughes
There is power in finding our points of commonality.
There is greater power in acknowledging our differences and how they serve the big “we.”
James Baldwin was an essayist, playwright, novelist, and activist who broke new literary ground by exploring racial and social issues in his many works. He was primarily known for his essays on the Black experience in America. [Read more in post]
After being rejected for business loans more than thirty times, through her persistence, she was able to purchase WOL-AM in 1980. [Read more in post]
Allow the change you seek to manifest into clarity, and amazing things can happen.
When deciding to pursue my MBA years ago, several people advised me to skip it as I was already a senior vice president within a Fortune 100 company. [Read more in post]
Change begins with one person committing to action. That commitment can create momentum, spark a movement, and make an impact.
You can create change.
It is never too late to make meaningful changes for yourself. [Read more in post]
During a listening session focused on improving diversity, a person told me that they left a bit of themself in the car each day before entering the building each morning. As we dug into why she explained the need to “fit in.” [Read more in post]