In the age of technology and data at our fingertips, it’s easy to get lost in the pressure to meet key performance indicators and develop new reports. As spring has begun, I’ve twice been reminded that our work is about much more than the beans we count and a lot more about the seeds we sow.
Six years ago, I became a Senior Advisor with Armstrong McGuire. Recently I was taking a walk and listening to a podcast where a researcher I admire was interviewed. The host asked her, after 13 years of research and 6 books, what have you learned? I was shocked and in awe of the fact that in three simple bullets she was able to eloquently summarize the key findings of her life’s work.
In 2014 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives were prioritized at a statewide non-profit where I was the CEO. At that time, the mantra was formal DEI work is new and there’s not a clear path to follow so everyone WILL make mistakes and that’s ok.
Last month, I wrote a blog about Finding Your People and this month I want to share with you a little bit about one of mine, my younger brother Danny.
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