Letting Others Lead Us to Our Service

We are sharing our own thoughts in response to this month’s prompt (Refer back to The Invitation if you have questions about what we’re doing here). Deven Wisner shares his thoughts on our prompt: What does it mean to you to be in service to others? Service to others brings into question the mindset andContinue reading “Letting Others Lead Us to Our Service”

Learning as Service

We are sharing our own thoughts in response to this months prompt (Refer back to The Invitation if you have questions about what we’re doing here). Tiffany Smith shares her thoughts on our prompt: “What does it mean to you to be in service to others?”  I have come to believe that I’m only truly in-service to othersContinue reading “Learning as Service”

On being valuable to others

To wrap up our June imagining on bringing our values to work, we chatted with Jara Dean-Coffey, Director of the Equitable Evaluation Initiative. Around the 13 minute mark in this video, Tiffany asks Jara about her recent blog post, Playing the long game and how it relates to our values. Jara noted that our valuesContinue reading “On being valuable to others”

EDUCATION IS LIBERATION: GOING TO WORK WITH MY VALUES INTACT

We are sharing our own thoughts in response to this months prompt (Refer back to The Invitation if you have questions about what we’re doing here). Tiffany Smith shares her thoughts on our prompt: What does it look like to go to work with your values intact? We cannot be passive operators in this world. Thus, going toContinue reading “EDUCATION IS LIBERATION: GOING TO WORK WITH MY VALUES INTACT”

Know Thyself: A Personal Theory of Change

We are sharing our own thoughts in response to this months prompt (Refer back to The Invitation if you have questions about what we’re doing here). Libby Smith shares their thoughts on our prompt: What does it look like to go to work with your values intact? Over the past four years I’ve gravitated towards practices that helpContinue reading “Know Thyself: A Personal Theory of Change”

Revolution is in the Air

It’s June 1st, 2020. About this time last Monday evening, four Minneapolis police officers calmly murdered George Floyd in broad daylight. (I’m not going to provide a link because it is nearly impossible that you haven’t heard this news.) Protests and widespread unrest have captured our attention 24/7 since that day. In my conversations withContinue reading “Revolution is in the Air”

Collective Liberation

We continue to share our own thoughts in response to the first prompt (Refer back to The Invitation if you have questions about what we’re doing here). Libby Smith shares their thoughts on our first prompt: How will you be more human in your professional practice? I owe some debt of gratitude to adrienne maree brown for inspiringContinue reading “Collective Liberation”