The journey toward common ground is one of many, many steps. Listening carefully is important, but what happens when our biases and filters muck up the process? Here’s how to move forward when listening isn’t enough.
Trust and engagement are declining. We need a leadership jolt and reboot our practices to raise trust and engagement to better levels.
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.
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.
Leaders are missing a sense of history. A sense of history is important in business, education, nonprofits, and government.
We can do better. With current events of Millennials, harassment, National Anthem, and rising anxiety, it seems we can do better.
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.
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.
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.
The common ground lessons from Last Chance U, a Netflix documentary, will help leaders working with folks who seem reluctant to achieve.
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.
Clouds make the difference. They deliver a combination that delivers wonder, radiating possibilities at work, in life, and community.