Leadership in Turbulent Times
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Leadership in Turbulent Times

By Layne Smith Of Abraham Lincoln – He welcomed arguments within the cabinet, but would be “greatly pained,” he warned them, if he found his colleagues attacking each other in public. What can be learned from Lincoln’s success in keeping this disparate team together? (p.222) Of Theodore Roosevelt – Throughout his political career, Roosevelt’s conception … Continue reading

Monica A. Coleman, The Generational Trauma of Racism
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Monica A. Coleman, The Generational Trauma of Racism

Have you ever heard the term “generational trauma?” It is the idea that a group of people can experience a collective experience of distress that affects the generation that follows them.  Psychological research has proven that generational trauma has affected the next generation’s social, economic, health, and emotional wellbeing. Have you ever considered the generational … Continue reading

CBF Podcast: Why Social Media Divides Us, A Conversation with Douglas Bursch
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CBF Podcast: Why Social Media Divides Us, A Conversation with Douglas Bursch

By Andy Hale We’ve all been there before. We felt passionate about something happening in our world, thumbed a sternly written rant about it, and then hit “Post.” There is a fantastic sense of accomplishment and satisfaction when you have put into words what you felt inside about this thing or that. Except, your thoughts … Continue reading