Annual Women in Leadership: Work-Life Balance Conference

How do culture, religion, finance, and politics impact women leaders around the world? 

The Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology’s 4th Annual Women in Leadership: Work-Life Balance Conference will feature the visionary stories of women leaders in diverse locations and situations, facing different struggles, locally and globally. 

I am thrilled to be a presenter, along with many other engaging scholars and business professionals from all sectors. My presentation, “Manage Work-Life Tension with Clear Communication,” is scheduled for Friday, March 18 between 10:15 and 11: 45 a.m. I hope to see you there. For more information and to register visit bit.ly/WIL-2016 #GSEPwlb.

A Search For Common Ground – Part One: Authentic Discourse

A Search For Common Ground – Part Two: Overcoming Resistance

A Search For Common Ground – Part Three: Conversations That Work!

Jacob and Phil wrestled with each other in friendly but intense disagreement about a range of issues: power, government, same-sex marriage, religion, media, morality, race and more. Each often felt misunderstood and couldn’t understand why.

“You’re Not as Crazy as I Thought (But You’re Still Wrong),” written by Phil Neisser and Jacob Hess, presents an engaging look at a conversation that launched a sustained dialogue between Jacob, a professor, and Phil, a nonprofit leader. [Read more…]