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Category: Leadership

Category: Leadership

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Thinking Deliberately About Gathering

Inspired by Priya Parker’s work, The Art of Gathering It’s starting to happen…meetings in person, happy hours, birthday parties, committees, councils, church!  As we emerge from the enforced isolation that characterized our pandemic response so many of us are eager

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Leadership and Race

Recently,  4/25/21, US Senator Lindsay Graham, R, S.C. declared that, in his opinion, there is no systemic racism in America.  “America is not a racist country,” he said.  (i)  Well, the existence of racist laws as pointed out in last

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Malevolent Laws

In my latest JustFaith session, we learned how legislation had been (and still is being) used to continue to oppress people of color.  The following is legislation that took from former slaves and their descendants any type of advancement they

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Moderation in ALL Things?

In my JustFaith sessions we recently read a statement from Good Friday 1963 where 8 white clergy urged the “Negroes” of the city to wait for the right season, obey the laws and wait for the courts to iron out

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Sparking the Catholic Imagination 7

Learning Praise As 2021 moves on, we at ConSpirita Consulting Network find ourselves, like many of you we expect, both weary of pandemic life and hopeful for what can be as vaccinations become more widespread.  And yet, there’s still so

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Sparking the Catholic Imagination 6

Learning Holy Living with Authentic Discernment Last week we took a look at “learning holy living” based on John Cardinal Henry Newman’s principles that spark the Catholic imagination.  If you missed that blog, click here.  This week, we are going to

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Sparking the Catholic Imagination 5

Learning Holy Living We continue our look at imagination, specifically, Catholic imagination, inspired by John Cardinal Henry Newman’s work.  If you’ve not read the four blogs before this one, click here.  Won’t you join us in praying for imagination…the playground of

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Sparking the Catholic Imagination 4

Learning Christ in Practical Ways As 2021 continues, we at ConSpirita Consulting Network find ourselves, like many of you we expect, grateful for the passage of 2020 with all its challenges, joys and woes, and yet uncertain about what 2021

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Sparking the Catholic Imagination 3

Learning Christ 1 As 2021 continues, we at ConSpirita Consulting Network find ourselves, like many of you we expect, grateful for the passage of 2020 with all its challenges, joys and woes, and yet uncertain about what 2021 might hold

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Sparking the Catholic Imagination 2

“Thinking Whole” Effects of Covid 19 on Parishioners As 2021 dawns, we at ConSpirita Consulting Network find ourselves, like many of you we expect, grateful for the passage of 2020 with all its challenges, joys, and woes, and yet uncertain

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Sparking the Catholic Imagination 1

“Thinking Whole” Foundations As 2021 dawns, we at ConSpirita Consulting Network find ourselves, like many of you we expect, grateful for the passage of 2020 with all its challenges, joys and woes, and yet uncertain about what 2021 might hold

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Born Into It

Today I’m going to talk about implicit bias.  First, a definition: “Thoughts and feelings are ‘implicit’ if we are unaware of them or mistaken about their nature.  We have a bias when, rather than being neutral, we have a preference

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Leadership We Need Now

We at ConSpirita Consulting Network are committed to improving leadership, especially ecclesial leadership.  These times of a global pandemic and a global awakening about racism cry out for courageous and humble leaders.  This series of blogs invite you to come

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Racism Themes

We at ConSpirita Consulting Network are committed to improving leadership, especially ecclesial leadership.  These times of a global pandemic and a global awakening about racism cry out for courageous and humble leaders.  This series of blogs invite you to come

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