People Matter Most! We may say that, but is it really true at your foundation? Moreover, is it true of your grantees?
Without realizing it, many organizations distance themselves from their own people, making their work harder and lonelier. The antidote is a leadership practice called Matterness, a kind of fearless leadership that begins with making other people matter more and results in more relevant, influential and sustainable organizations?
Allison Fine, author of Matterness: Fearless Leadership for a Social World, will answer the following questions during this webinar.
- How can we become fearless in a world seemingly overwhelmed with incivility and uncontrollable people?
- How can we learn to work with rather than at our constituents to have a greater impact?
- What does it take to keep the daily churn of internal processes not overwhelm us and our work?
- How can we find out if people feel like they matter to us and our efforts?
To learn more about Matterness, click here to read the Introduction of Allison's book.
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