“You can’t lead people who don’t want to be lead,” was quoted about Chief Justice John Roberts on NPR. I was reminded of a young non-profit leader struggling with some of the staff he inherited from a predecessor who had a hands off style and tended to hire lone wolves. My young client is a natural collaborative leader who was beating himself up because these staff members have been so resistant to working as a team. He is beginning to learn the truth of this NPR quote, and is about to launch a deep look at the organization’s values, along with creating an intentional culture. Every staff member will be welcomed to be part of this process, which will be designed to appeal to people with a variety of work and personality styles. He hopes that the power of the team will bring the lone wolves into the pack.
- April 17, 2023 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
- The Transforming Depression and Anxiety (TDA) Sangha is hosted online personally by Lisa, and continues the classes offered through San Francisco Zen Center to make sure there are monthly offerings to support the community. Sangha classes explore mindfulness and Zen teachings, along with using practical psychotherapeutic tools, that cultivate transforming depression and anxiety from a... Read more »
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- May 8, 2023 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm