Category: Wellness

9 ways to increase trust and intellectual hospitality

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We need to nurture a sense of the common good. Cherie Harder, policy advisor, and think tank leader asserts “vital to such renewal will be the reinvigoration of what might seem a modest practice: the extension of intellectual hospitality”(2021). She recommends nine ways forward to increase trust which leaders wisely adopt: Read widely, Understand that..

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Thriving in Challenging Times

On Feb. 17 I had the pleasure of a conversation with Jeff Beck, Pastor of Delta Church and Johannah Wetzel, Director of Global Engagement at TWU. As leaders in the community, they graciously agreed to share some insights about leadership in these challenging times. Please take 27 min. to be encouraged and inspired.Meeting Recording:https://zoom.us/rec/share/j8SJYhjG9qGnfyedsf2OK6LuDqwPNn-lmrfIFrMeeU0l32-PfVOe1AlJt4BQVarU.XPdEFAgeI13FTc-a This..

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Compassionate and Imaginative Leadership

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I heard a compelling lecture recently and thought I would share the recording:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecJ9osjJvvs&feature=youtu.be The leadership wisdom shared by two humble and accomplished leaders is a gift – practical, authentic, and inspiring – not only for healthcare and educational leaders but leaders from any sector. I assure you it is worth your time! The speakers are..

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Thriving in Challenging Times

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On Fri. Jan. 15th I had the pleasure of a conversation with Rev. James Ellis, Michele Regehr, and Dave Stinson who each play a significant role in the TWU community.  In this conversation, they generously share insights and words of wisdom related to spiritual, physical, and academic well-being.  Please take 25 min. to be encouraged..

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