Author Archive | Chery Gegelman

How to Choose Your Response to Situations Beyond Your Control

Viktor Frankl survived a concentration camp and said this… Forces beyond your control can take away everything you possess except one thing, your freedom to choose how you will respond to the situation. Post Charlottesville conflict continues to fill the airwaves and cyberspace, encouraging chaos and division. …So how have you been responding?  Are you: […]

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Unrealized Potential and Conflict? 10 Benefits of Bridge Builders

Bridge builders close gaps between people and purpose. Bridge Builders listen to the perspectives of others, instead of fearing their knowledge, experiences and convictions. With vision, respect and wisdom they connect: Front lines and executives Teams across silos Customers and the organizations that serve them Individuals Communities Nations As a result, productive conversations across races, […]

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Free to Speak: Are your words building or dividing?

This week, I’m sharing more of our experiences and encouraging each of you to apply some of those learning’s to your lives and leadership. Have you ever pondered the reasons or benefits of free speech? In nations? Or workplaces? Obviously speaking freely is not allowed in many nations or workplaces. That choice: Lowers leadership accountability and potential. Impacts the […]

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Uncommon and EXTRAordinary Agents of CHANGE

Prior to moving to the foreign land I now live in, I read about expat wives. I read about their maids and their drivers. I read about how they filled their time with shopping and the spa and expensive vacations. I read about women that became alcoholics or drug addicts from boredom. Wow what a […]

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