Leadership Matters

Leadership Matters

Leadership Matters, the forum of choice for current and emerging public and nonprofit leaders. Co-hosts Dr. Sheryl White, Linda Shoob, Gerald McFadden, Undraye Howard, Tom Woll, and Rehana Absar along with their guests explore practical tips for issues management, human capital strategies, and improving leadership effectiveness. Leadership Matters, your forum for Informing Leaders. Inspiring Solutions!

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July 28, 2021 55 min
Exemplary Leadership and What the Pandemic Revealed (based on Kouzes and Posner’s The Leadership Challenge) Tune in for this discussion on Kouzes and Posner’s The Leadership Challenge's 5 practices of exemplary leadership and lessons learned leading through the pandemic. Host Dr. Sheryl White will discuss this topic with special guest Edward Condon, Executive Director of Region 9 Head Start Association. Mr. Condon is also a ...
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Join host Dr. Sheryl White and special guest Charlie Fleishman, Services to the Armed Forces Regional Director of the American Red Cross San Diego and Imperial Counties as they discuss resiliency and leadership. Tune into Leadership Matters: Informing Leaders. Inspiring Solutions!
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Stress can be defined as the way our body and mind responds to change. There are no shortage of changes today. Leaders are constantly being called upon to cope, make the best decision, and positively influence stressful situations for the betterment of those they serve, employees, and the sustainability of their organizations. Tune in to Leadership Matters as co-host Dr. Sheryl White discusses with Dr. Charlotte Houston a clinical ...
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Join host Dr. Sheryl White, Cultural Psychologist with the Neighborhood House Association and guest Mr. Gregg Ward, author of The Respectful Leader: Seven ways to influence without intimidation for proven strategies on ways to become and coach others to be more respectful and influential. Join the conversation! Call-in or email your thoughts or questions to 1-866-472-5790 or LeadershipMattersQuestions@InnoVisions.org.
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LGBTQ+ Voices in Leadership: Increasing Understanding and Being an Ally Tune in to Leadership Matters as co-host Dr. Sheryl White explores life and lessons in leadership through the eyes of leaders from the LGBTQ+ community. Special guests Dr. Durryle Brooks, Founder of Love and Justice Consulting, LLC; Julia Loman, Senior Education Coordinator with the Neighborhood House Association; and Eric Lovett, Founder and President...
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LGBTQ+ Voices in Leadership: Increasing Understanding and Being an Ally Tune in to Leadership Matters as co-host Dr. Sheryl White explores life and lessons in leadership through the eyes of leaders from the LGBTQ+ community. Special guests Dr. Durryle Brooks, Founder of Love and Justice Consulting, LLC; Julia Loman, Senior Education Coordinator with the Neighborhood House Association; and Eric Lovett, Founder and President...
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June 16, 2021 60 min
Join host Dr. Sheryl White and special guest Charlie Fleishman, Services to the Armed Forces Regional Director of the American Red Cross San Diego and Imperial Counties as they discuss resiliency and leadership. Tune into Leadership Matters: Informing Leaders. Inspiring Solutions!
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Join host Dr. Sheryl White, Cultural Psychologist with the Neighborhood House Association and guest Mr. Gregg Ward, author of The Respectful Leader: Seven ways to influence without intimidation for proven strategies on ways to become and coach others to be more respectful and influential. Join the conversation! Call-in or email your thoughts or questions to 1-866-472-5790 or LeadershipMattersQuestions@InnoVisions.org.
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Research has documented the positive effects associated with journaling, including the improved ability to form a coherent narrative and enhanced cognitive processing about the way people think about themselves and their relation to others in the world. Given the fact our leadership skills develop as a result of the insights we gain by processing our experiences – both positive and negative – journaling is key strategy for growing...
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David Duea is president/CEO of Lutheran Community Services Northwest, a non-profit human services agency serving communities throughout Washington, Oregon and Idaho. He has lead his organization to receive the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities 2017 Commitment Award for the Commitment Engaging All Voices. Lutheran Community Services NW exemplifies that when people are at the center of identifying their goals and aspiratio...
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How do we continue to move forward as a nation amidst the quadruple crises encompassing health, race, economics, and violence? How might individualism with conventional divisions of labor and specialization be counterproductive in healing and advancing our society? At a time when some argue lowering educational requirements to remove barriers and expand pools of qualified applicants, how might HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges an...
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How do we continue to move forward as a nation amidst the quadruple crises encompassing health, race, economics, and violence? How might individualism with conventional divisions of labor and specialization be counterproductive in healing and advancing our society? At a time when some argue lowering educational requirements to remove barriers and expand pools of qualified applicants, how might HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges an...
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Want to advance your or others' leadership effectiveness? Yes! Then, you will not want to miss this episode with our host Dr. Sheryl White and Verna Jaggers, Mindfulness Teacher/Personal and Professional Coach, on the what, why and how to advance leadership effectiveness through the artful use of listening and asking powerful questions.
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April 28, 2021 60 min
Tune in to Leadership Matters as co-host Dr. Sheryl White explores life and lessons in leadership through the eyes of Black leaders. Special guests Rudolph A. Johnson, III, President and CEO of Neighborhood House Association, San Diego, CA and Kerron Norman, Chief Program Officer of Lutheran Social Services of New York will share their thoughts regarding the revealed pandemic on racism, views on a way forward, and additional food f...
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Building a Pipeline of Diverse Executive Leaders in the Nonprofit Sector Join host Dr. Sheryl White, cultural psychologist, and two nonprofit executives that have beaten the odds: Rudolph A. Johnson, III, President and CEO of Neighborhood House Association, San Diego, CA and Chanda Smith Baker, Senior Vice President of Impact for Minneapolis Foundation. Both will share from their lens as successful African American leaders: challe...
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Exemplary Leadership and What the Pandemic Revealed (based on Kouzes and Posner’s The Leadership Challenge) Tune in for this discussion on Kouzes and Posner’s The Leadership Challenge's 5 practices of exemplary leadership and lessons learned leading through the pandemic. Host Dr. Sheryl White will discuss this topic with special guest Edward Condon, Executive Director of Region 9 Head Start Association. Mr. Condon is also a ...
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Exemplary Leadership and What the Pandemic Revealed (based on Kouzes and Posner’s The Leadership Challenge) Tune in for this discussion on Kouzes and Posner’s The Leadership Challenge's 5 practices of exemplary leadership and lessons learned leading through the pandemic. Host Dr. Sheryl White will discuss this topic with special guest Edward Condon, Executive Director of Region 9 Head Start Association. Mr. Condon is also a ...
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Lessons Learned Living and Advancing Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) in the Workplace Join host, Dr. Sheryl White, a cultural psychologist with Neighborhood House Association, in San Diego, CA and guests Damon Carson, J.D., General Manager, Education, Instruction, and Operations and Chair of the Board for the National Head Start Association; and Dr. Donald E. Chick, President and CEO of New Synergist Consulting, also bas...
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Lessons Learned Living and Advancing Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) in the Workplace Join host, Dr. Sheryl White, a cultural psychologist with Neighborhood House Association, in San Diego, CA and guests Damon Carson, J.D., General Manager, Education, Instruction, and Operations and Chair of the Board for the National Head Start Association; and Dr. Donald E. Chick, President and CEO of New Synergist Consulting, also bas...
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Why have a Chief Strategy Officer position? The biggest advantage is just having someone dedicated to the strategic perspective of the organization. For many leaders, strategic priorities compete for attention with the crises of the day, and that can lead to less than ideal execution of strategic ideas. Having someone dedicated to looking after those longer-range priorities is beneficial. The interviewee will describe his specific ...
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