Webinar: The Power of Purpose in a Pandemic
– October 8 at 10 AM (PDT)
Hosted on October 8, 2020 at 10AM (PDT) Register Now! About Our Speakers Richard and Leona Bergstrom have extensive experience working with people in…
Practices for Growth, Part One: Let Water off The Boat
When my son was two months old, we had a friend temporarily move in with us. She was in a bad place and needed…
Listening with Empathy
The difference between empathy and sympathy has to do with the effect each one has on the person in pain. “Empathy fuels connection,” according to Brené Brown; “Sympathy drives disconnection.” And “what makes something better is connection.”
Hope has an inner sense of elusiveness at times, even and especially when one doesn’t seem to be able to catch it, capture it, or keep it. My grandmother’s witness as a creative entrepreneur was to cultivate it. In the face of hopeless situations, she kept hope at hand and was in the habit of cultivating it with her actions.
Leading Like Nehemiah in a Crisis
An Online Course on Fuller Formation How can you address your own emotions and those of your team during times of crisis? Suddenly, an…
Leadership Exhaustion and a Spirit of Adventure
“You know that the antidote to exhaustion is not necessarily rest?” “The antidote to exhaustion is not necessarily rest,” I repeated woodenly, as if…
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