Soulscape and Project Atlas support leaders through travel expeditions that encourage growth and well being beyond boardrooms in unique parts of the world. LONDON, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, November 11, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Lead, innovate and thrive without burnout. Soulscape and Project Atlas have set out on a mission to support leaders through travel expeditions that encourage growth and well being beyond boardrooms in unique parts of the world. The social, mental and physical environments in which we work play a critical yet largely under appreciated role in our overall well being. 30% of founders suffer from depression and 27% suffer from problematic anxiety. Over 65% of startups fail as a result of co-founder conflict; which is higher than the divorce rate. Almost a third of failed startups cite mental health issues as a key to their failure. While the medical community still hasn’t caught up with this, Soulscape, an ethical travel company based in London has joined … [Read more...] about Soulscape and Project Atlas partner to teach leaders how to thrive without burnout.
By Randy Gordon | PUBLISHED: October 27, 2018 at 3:57 pm | UPDATED: October 27, 2018 at 3:57 pm It’s election season. Campaigns are asking Long Beach voters to make decisions about who governs us and under what conditions. Who we choose matters because the leaders we elect will have significant impact on how we live our lives, deciding how much we pay in taxes, what city services we receive and how safe our community will be. As obvious as it may sound, having elected leaders who are passionate about Long Beach isn’t enough. We need leaders who understand how to govern, how to balance taxpayers’ resources and those who know when to leave political rhetoric behind and do the hard work we’ve entrusted them to do. Five members of the Long Beach City Council passed that base-line test recently. Four members failed it. The council voted, 5-0, to approve a city ordinance that mandates safety devices for all hotel workers. After contentious and rigorous debate, four … [Read more...] about Long Beach needs leaders who show up, don’t walk out
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Leadership Network supports leaders to connect, grow and lead transformational change toward a more equitable society /EIN News/ -- GREENSBORO, N.C., Sept. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) today announced it has received an $8.7 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) to lead a program that develops and connects leaders who want to create a more equitable society for all. The grant will support implementation of the WKKF Community Leadership Network, an 18-month fellowship program offering hands-on training, personalized coaching, community-based support, and a place-based, culminating project experience. CCL was tapped to lead the program based on its 50-year track record of incorporating proven, cutting-edge leadership research into programs that elevate participants’ individual priorities and goals. During the program, fellows gain critical knowledge and skills for advancing racial … [Read more...] about Center for Creative Leadership® seeks community-minded leaders for an 18-month fellowship opportunity
U.S. Koch Brothers Republican Party 2018 Midterms Americans for Prosperity (AFP), the billionaire Koch brothers’ campaign vehicle for supporting into Congress Republican candidates who share their views, revealed eight Congressmen it will throw its weight behind in the November midterms. AFP said it will “fully activate its grassroots infrastructure through phone banks and neighborhood canvassing, as well as deploy targeted digital, mail, and radio advertising,” in support of the chosen Republicans, who sit in Congress but face a hard fight to keep their seats. The list, which is reproduced in full at the bottom of this article, along with the AFP comments about each candidate, includes supporters of tax cuts, liberal-minded immigration reform, and free trade. “While Americans for Prosperity is committed to opposing politicians who actively work to defeat good policies, we are proud to stand with lawmakers who champion legislation that helps improve … [Read more...] about Koch Brothers: These Are the ‘Principled’ but Vulnerable Congressmen Receiving Support
A diverse crowd of around 500 mostly young activists turned out for a rally Aug. 25 at San Quentin Prison in Marin County, California. Solidarity rally at San Quentin, Aug. 25, 2018 | Photo: Nube Brown Most came from Oakland, many in two chartered buses, but sizable contingents traveled from San José, Santa Cruz, and San Francisco as well. Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee, a key organizer of the rally, along with Prisoners Human Rights Coalition, CA, recently formed in San José, and many other Bay Area activist groups including Party for Socialism and Liberation, helped publicize the action. The idea for the strike originated with Jailhouse Lawyers Speak (@JailLawSpeak), an incarcerated group of prisoner rights advocates. Photo: Jon Britton There was some confusion when we first arrived as to whether the rally would take place at the West Gate or East Gate of the prison, though the original plan was to assemble at the West Gate. A seemingly friendly cop from a large … [Read more...] about Large turnout for San Quentin action in support of National Prison Strike : Indybay