We are the world. Will you make it better?
You. Me. Anyone. Everyone. Neighbor. Parent. Teacher. Lector. Mayor. Majority leader. Committee chair. Celebrity newscaster. Clerk. CEO. We are the axes in every place in every nation. Will you use your influence as a trainer or leader or coach to help people see, hear and respond to the world more openly, resourcefully and persistently? Take the next step.
Lean into conflict. Lead out of drama.
The Pope's recent visit to the United States may have been disappointing for those expecting a rock star. His philosophy and approach are not how we typically characterize top leaders in our American culture. Regardless of your faith, nationality, or position, Pope Francis' counter-cultural message has leadership lessons for all of us.
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