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Re: Risk and Resilience: Understanding Secondary Traumatic Stress Post-Pandemic

Aaron Weibe ·
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Top 10 Heavy Hitters

Karl Bradley ·
The entire culture of our organizations can be summed up in this statement; what is rewarded is repeated . For your consideration (during MLB playoff time!)...here's a list of some heavy hitters to encourage & support with your leadership behavior! 1. Earn people's trust ; provide evidence every day of how you are trustworthy 2. Understand everyone has a life; work & life aren't separate, work is a part of a meaningful life 3. Listen , then act; diverse viewpoints are healthier, more...
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Re: Top 10 Heavy Hitters

Jeffery A Young ·
Thanks Karl. I appreciate the importance of focusing our leadership outward - helping others - instead of only on what's best for the leader.
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Re: Understanding and Reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions in Agriculture and Forestry

Aaron Weibe ·
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