Njeri Muturi shares how the lessons she's learned over the years have helped her become successful in her career.
As we move through the first quarter of the new year, are you on track with what you and your team set out to accomplish? This LeaderNotes round-up has advice and insights to help you keep your momentum.
When it comes to depression and suicidal thoughts, how long can we avoid and suppress how we truly feel with temporary fixes that do not address the actual problem? Dr. Phyllis Hubbard shares her steps and strategies.
After Terri Broussard Williams' plans for her job fell through, she carved a path for herself as a successful lobbyist. Read about her Leadership Journey and the lessons she learned along the way.
How do nonprofits reliant on wealthy board members avoid controversy and backlash? Tim McClimon shares his advice.
For Queer Arts Leaders, the Personal is Professional: Beatrice Thomas and Kevin Seaman on Art, Equity and Showing up Whole
What does it mean to bring your full self – all of your identities – to your work and leadership? Two interdisciplinary artists share their experience.
"Whether you’re Queer or not, if you’re in the social impact space, your work is about exercising the muscle of hope in times of hardship. So exercise that muscle.”
Njeri Muturi reflects on her life in Kenya and what lessons she brought along with her as she pursues a career in education. Learn more about how Njeri Muturi stays motivated and came to approach leadership as a community act.
We live in a time characterized by an accelerating rate of change and an increasing interdependence of systems, making the world around us more complex than ever.
Successful leaders may not feel they can be radically transparent and vulnerable about the barriers or struggles they encountered along the way.