Mindset Mondays

Monday, 15 February 2021
Leaders Have a Responsibility to Come Together

Did you miss the conversation with best-selling author Arthur Brooks? WATCH THE REPLAY: https://ncrcevents.com/brooks

Monday, 8 February 2021
Sign Up for Thursday's Event: Healing the Political Divide

Steve Dinkin, president of NCRC, invites you to join us on a #APathForward and attend Healing the Political Divide with best-selling author Arthur Brooks.

Monday, 1 February 2021
Love Your Enemies: Be an Authoritative Leader

Arthur Brooks reveals the surprising effect of kindness on leadership and job performance and shares how we can elevate better leaders in our society and subvert the culture of contempt.

 
Monday, 25 January 2021
New Administration, New Call to Action

Ashley Virtue, Dir. of External Relations, shares her tips on how we can all take steps to have constructive conversations.

Monday, 7 December 2020
Holiday Traditions - A Refugee’s Perspective

Aous Alhabbar, trainer for the NCRC Refugee Communication Skills Workshop, shares the importance of asking others how they celebrate the holidays.

Monday, 30 November 2020
2020 Hindsight: Harnessing the Power of Self-Reflection

Is there an effective and meaningful way for us to rebuild relationships through socially-distanced conversations or video calls? Emma Celeste, Project Manager at the National Conflict Resolution Center, shares tips for building a personal connection. 

Monday, 23 November 2020
How to Have Courageous Conversations on Racial Justice

Kathryn Shade, Senior Program Manager at NCRC's Center for Community Cohesion, shares her tips on how to have courageous conversations on racial justice.

Monday, 23 November 2020
Having Courageous Conversations on Racial Justice

Kathryn Shade, Senior Program Manager at NCRC's Center for Community Cohesion, shares her tips on how to have courageous conversations on racial justice.

Monday, 23 November 2020
Finding Gratitude Amidst a Pandemic and More

It's human nature to obsess over things that are barely broken while not considering at all the things that are working well. Kathryn Shade, Senior Program Manager at NCRC's Center for Community Cohesion, shares why it's important to shift our focus from things that we don't have to what we do have.

Monday, 9 November 2020
Post-Election Decision: Stay Divided or Find a Path Forward

The election has led us to a cycle of divisive polarization once again and it’s the kind that pulls a nation apart. Ashley Virtue reminds us all that we have a choice: stay divided or find a path forward together.

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