Dr. Roberta Gilbert discusses how Dr. Murray Bowen’s theories on family systems can be utilized for improving leadership.
Wornie Reed discusses Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., a confident political figure in an era when many African Americans were afraid to speak out.
David Andrés Kietzman describes how simple and inexpensive it is to form your own family foundation to serve shared philanthropic causes.
Cheryl Snapp Conner discusses sculptor Gary Lee Price’s mission of rising from your ashes to create your destiny through another’s vision.
Dick Arnold discusses community leaders who recognize volunteers making community-changing impacts and serving to inspire others.
Jeff Magee discusses how individuals and organizations can assume ownership and not give excuses for missing performance expectations.
Tosha Anderson discusses the key reporting metrics that nonprofits need to be able to provide to current and potential funders.
Dr. David Gruder discusses questions to help you select and succeed with a Legacy Project that is ideal for your life purpose and energy.
Carl Cunningham Jr. describes how to build on legacy and tradition to become the shining example of your own legacy.
Nancy Brinker discusses starting the nonprofit Susan G. Komen from her living room, armed with $200 capital and a promise to her sister.