As governments and organisations around the world seek to “build back better” from the Covid-19 pandemic, Richard Bolden stresses the importance of making time and space for recovery — where leaders and others can experience the care and compassion needed to help them heal from the physical and emotional exhaustion that permeates our workplaces and communities.
ILA Fellow Katherine Tyler Scott discusses the re-emergence of autocratic leadership around the world and its ties to societal anxiety before exploring Ukrainian President Zelensky’s ability to use his voice to encapsulate the universal yearning of humanity to live free.
Les Sylven discusses how daily meditative practice improved his effectiveness as a police officer and leader and asks whether the practice of meditation should be supported as a potential tool for all police officers and be placed in the curriculum of police leadership development programs.
It’s OK to recognize that we’re living in challenging circumstance, but you have the power to lift the clouds in your workplace by infusing a tone of gratitude into your company culture. In this latest blog, Peter Weng shares tips and strategies for individuals and leaders.
Our world is a place where benefits and burdens are not widely shared. We have an opportunity to envision a new way of moving forward, a new narrative for ourselves, our communities, and our world. What do we want to become? Our perspectives, and the choices we make, depend on the “wolf” we feed.
The coronavirus continues to devastate communities around the world. Given the immensity of the damage and the colossal investment needed to repair it, ensuring that our responses enhance the capacity – the resilience – of communities and regions to respond to future challenges and disruptions is imperative.
As we think how to open the country, we ask: How will we know what is safe? How will we structure the workplace? How will we educate our children? We need to give as much thought to what we will reimagine, or even just imagine, as the common good in American life and our relationships – one human to another.
Published by UC Berkeley, Greater Good Magazine’s mission is to share scientific research that can help promote a happier, more compassionate society. They’ve created a special page full of resources including stories, tips, and tools for taking care of ourselves during this global crisis.
Rebecca Solnit celebrates the unpredictable and incalculable events that so often redeem our lives, and searches for the hidden, transformative histories inside and after crisis events such as Hurricane Katrina.
Michael Useem and Erwann Michel-Kerjan discuss their book, detailing the 2010 earthquake in Chile that caused damage equal to 18% of their GDP and how leaders around the country facilitated Chile’s recovery. It’s a remarkable story of resilience and an instructive look at how leaders succeeded in the wake of a disaster.