On March 3, I had to privilege of participating in an advocacy panel for Piedmont Virginia Community College’s Civic Engagement Conference. Theme of the discussion was “Power in Numbers: A Panel Discussion on Advocacy Organizations and Activism.”
On January 26, 2021, Holly Hollman and I were invited to a Monticello Live Stream panel discussion about “Legacies of Religious Freedom” moderated by John Ragota.
Here are seven lessons I’m learning from my African American friends about having racial conversations with them using my coaching skills.
Many leaders and staff dread staff evaluations. How to conduct one in a human-focused and humane way that enlivens the organization and staff.
We do not erase history when Confederate monuments come down. We want to dismantle a one-sided telling of history that glorifies the enslavement of black bodies and communities as a way to perpetuate present racial injustice.
First impressions matter. The impact of a first impression can positively or negatively influence how others relate to us in subsequent encounters. In a pandemic world that discourages face-to-face interactions, a great first impression in this virtual age becomes even more important. Back in March, personal business guru William Arruda gave an impactful presentation on …
Connie Kadansky presents a five question process to ask a prospective client. This process is helping to change my mindset and fears about selling.
Many pastors are asking themselves: “Am I enough?” during this pandemic. This article offers some self-assessment questions for moving forward.
A prayer for pastors and first responders on Easter 2020.
A coach can enjoy the benefits of being a better listener, being less judgmental, asking better questions, and seeing the strengths of others.