In these turbulent times, with numerous voices screaming and lines are drawn to divide us. The quote by Malcolm X captured my attention. “The media is the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent. The media will have you hating the peopleContinue reading “Media’s Impact”
Lessons learned sessions are an informal process after the project or phase is completed, a time for retrospection
A forum for sharing, learning, and networking despite a pandemic. This event was hosted from San Francisco, and participants were from around the globe participated. This was an opportunity to be creative, strategic, innovative, and inclusive.
The Nonprofit Exchange Hub’s goal is to connect nonprofits to other nonprofits with the purpose of creating an economy of giving
As part of a Mentor Program, I had an assignment to take the Clifton Strengths Finder Assessment. My top five strengths are listed below and are aligned with my values: Lifelong Learner Strategic Intellectual Self Awareness ,Maximizer I find this article interesting on leadership from the Harvard Business Review, Self-Awareness Can Help Leaders More ThanContinue reading “Self Awareness”
Sharing what I learned from the “Collaboration & Communication Tools for Agile Team Leaders” webinar, hosted by Seattle Puget Sound Chapter, Project Management Institute (PMI). Agile in project management is a process used to monitor a project throughout its life cycle. Agile life cycles are composed of incremental steps, adapting to changes and repeating cycles to measure the processContinue reading “Collaboration in Agile Teams”
It Is Your Turn to Lead, and It Is Always Your Turn to Lead, Seth Grodin
“Part of the problem with the word ‘disabilities’ is ……
This was my 8th Seattle Give Camp hackathon, the first virtual Seattle Give Camp. This years event was half the size in volunteers and non-profit organizations in the Seattle area.
Finished read the book, an interesting read during this whirlwind ride of a pandemic. This book was first published in 2016. The five industries cited are: Robots, Human Machines (Genomics), Money Markets (Digitized Money), Cyber and Data.