I set a goal for myself this summer that is quite atypical for me. I decided to read every page of the Mueller Report.
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by David Brubaker on March 11, 2019
This article is one of a five-part series on Polarization: What Causes Polarization by David Brubaker How to Lead While Polarized by Sarai Rice Four Guiding Principles for Managing a Polarized Congregation by Susan Beaumont When Polarization Becomes a Tug-of-War by Lawrence Peers What Cures Polarization by David Brubaker Over the last month we have […]
by Lawrence Peers on February 25, 2019
Can we find ways to call ourselves back to constructive ways of managing our differences?
by Susan Beaumont on February 18, 2019
Managing polarization requires living with ambiguity and paradox.
by Sarai Rice on February 11, 2019
I am as enmeshed in our current state of polarization as it’s possible for anyone to be. But those of us who are leaders cannot stay here.
by David Brubaker on February 4, 2019
If we are to successfully overcome polarization, we must first look deeply into its roots.