The Value of Learning and Knowing Names in Community WorkNonprofit Doc
“Here’s my promise: I will know your first and last name by the end of the week.” Correctly learning and using the names of people is still one of the easiest and best strategies in community building and community change.
: Reflections on My Experience at The Harwood Institute Public Innovators LabAndrew Taylor
Participating in the Harwood Lab and reflecting on Community Rhythms helped me to be more mindful of certain kinds of questions. I would recommend the experience for anyone who enjoys dancing to community rhythms!
Summertime is a time many of us slow down and often take a trip elsewhere and it is during this time of travel that we have the opportunity to open ourselves up to being lost and found in ways that can positively disrupt our thinking and unleash our creativity.
Comedian and former host of the Late Late Show, Craig Ferguson once offered three communication tips in a popular stand-up comedy performance. They are strangely applicable to collaboration leadership...as well as having a happy relationship.
In times of social conflict we seek ways to cope, communicate and thrive wherever we can. Cultivating compassion can be a real challenge, but there is a way to help that out: be curious. In this post we look at how curiosity can benefit us all.