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When Strength is Gone: Three Stops Along My Journey of Self-Kindness

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Strength. I possess strength in abundance. In the early 1980’s I sat still with my soul to understand who I am in my core being. During this period reflection, one that involved backpacking through Europe, Egypt, and Russia, participation in a series of self-awareness workshops, and time alone bicycling and camping throughout the Northwest, this is what I learned, “I am a beautiful, strong, loving woman.” My soul-song is “Sister” by Chris Williamson:

“Born of the earth, child of God ...

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GUEST POST: Putting the Pieces of the Puzzle Together

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GUEST POST: Putting the Pieces of the Puzzle Together

 

Guest Post Author is Jessica Ipson, Graduate Student at GORE Business School, Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah


When I think of an exemplary leader I think of my former manager, Allison Celich.  Allison started as out as an accountant with a drive to learn more about the company she worked for.  She worked in two departments where she was the go-to expert.   After 10 years of being an accountant, she was promoted to manage a department that had the ...

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GUEST POST: Embracing Change

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GUEST POST: Embracing Change

 

Guest Post Author is Steven Sherman, Graduate Student at GORE Business School, Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah


Startup Company. Nanotechnology. Funding. Moving across America. Uncertainty. Challenge. Excitement. Opportunity. These were the words and ideas that dominated my thoughts two years ago as I prepared to leave a company and the stability I had worked to develop for almost twenty years. Although I enjoyed the cutting-edge technology of industrial automation and robotics, I yearned for an opportunity to learn and ...

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GUEST POST: Gloria Steinem: A Global Leader of the Women’s Liberation Movement

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GUEST POST: Gloria Steinem: A Global Leader of the Women’s Liberation Movement

 

Guest Post Author is Alysha Nemeschy, Graduate Student at GORE Business School, Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah


Gloria Steinem – a writer, lecturer, editor, feminist activist and leader – exemplifies what it is to be an impactful international leader. For the last five decades Steinem has committed herself to the women’s liberation movement and has had a profound impact on the liberation of women not only in America but also across the entire globe. Writer, professor and management consultant, ...

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GUEST POST: True Leadership

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GUEST POST: True Leadership

 

Guest Post Author is Kimberly Love, Graduate Student at GORE Business School, Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah


 

Collins writes, “True leadership only exists if people follow when they have the freedom not to.” [1] So what is the secret formula for “true leadership?” Like Collins, I believe the answer lies in a study of social sector leaders who continually inspire low paid and unpaid volunteers to elevate their organization’s missions. One such leader is my mentor, Gordon ...

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