Leadership. This topic has been on my mind lately, mainly because my experiences as a leader at work are shifting how I think about accountability, transparency, and responsibility. I think there’s a “leadership series” in my blog’s future. Given the events of the week in the US, transparency has risen to the top of the... Continue Reading →
Guest Blog by Kelly Crunkleton on her experience of the Women's March on Washington. "Show Me What Democracy Looks Like"
If faith is belief with action, the Women's March is gearing up to be a giant demonstration of faith in our future.
The great American experiment of self-government is poised for yet another chapter… can government be run like a business? Are they driving the same outcome?
I’m tired of talking about uneducated. Let’s talk about over-educated and under-informed. Those of us who went to college, know a lot of stuff, and yet remain largely uninformed on the key issues that shape our culture and thus government. Today my thoughts are on the First Amendment, which states “Congress shall make no law... Continue Reading →