Warren, Revere, Adams, and Church, had relationships with all the key players. They served as valuable “bridges” between five key groups.
Our world would be a better place if we were all alert to bullying words and actions, and took the time to gently address.
The smile of a centenarian connecting to family defines value better than a balance sheet. Mindset, skillset and toolset catalyzed this effort.
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is from Sean McDonald, Vice-President of MOR Associates. Sean may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.]
Today’s Tuesday Reading is an essay by Matthew E. Mooney, Assistant Dean for Teaching, Learning and Technology the at Pennsylvania State University’s Smeal College of Business. His essay first appeared as a leaders program reflection last fall. [Matt may be reached at <email@example.com>.]
Last week the Tuesday Reading, On Being Grateful,1 focused on showing appreciation and called attention to a quote from Robert Emmons, University of California, Davis psychologist and author: “Feeling gratitude starts off with the realization of what we have received from others and what it has cost them.”2
This led me to suggest four ways that we can each show gratitude:
Two days from today on the fourth Thursday of November, people in the United States will celebrate a national day of Thanksgiving. A similar holiday is celebrated on the same or other days by people in many nations.