Trust and Engagement: A Leadership Jolt to Act

Trust and engagement are declining. We need a leadership jolt and reboot our practices to raise trust and engagement to better levels.

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Finding Our Citizenship Soul

Some may view the past year with a sense of excitement while others view it as turmoil. In either view, finding our citizenship soul is critical, and we need to begin in several areas.

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Millennials: Smart Cities Need Smart Citizens

To achieve a Smart City model, Smart Citizens need to rise up, and Millennials need to take the lead. Smart Citizens will focus on policy and solutions.

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Leaders: Have a Sense of History

Leaders are missing a sense of history. A sense of history is important in business, education, nonprofits, and government.

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We Can Do Better

We can do better. With current events of Millennials, harassment, National Anthem, and rising anxiety, it seems we can do better.

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Lessons from the Eclipse

On August 21, 2017, Americans stopped what they were doing, went outside, and looked at the sky. A natural occurrence helped us find some common ground.

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Going Deeper: American Cities in Decline or Reinvention

America’s cities are at a crossroads. Some say our cities are in a decline. Others say a reinvention is underway. Let’s go deeper in our thoughts and conversations.

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Start a Conversation on America’s Cities

America’s cities are at a crossroads. Some say our cities are in a decline. Others say a reinvention is underway. Let’s start a conversation.

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4 Common Ground Lessons from Last Chance U

The common ground lessons from Last Chance U, a Netflix documentary, will help leaders working with folks who seem reluctant to achieve.

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One Common Ground

Writer Kern Carter shares how the research for his latest novel helped him to discover a road to common ground by listening to the stories of others.

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Clouds Make the Difference

Clouds make the difference. They deliver a combination that delivers wonder, radiating possibilities at work, in life, and community.

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5 Ways We Are All Alike

As Maya Angelou once wrote, “We are more alike, my friends, than we are unalike.” Eric Torrence agrees, and identifies 5 ways we are all alike.

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