In our professional and personal lives, courage and vulnerability (two related yet seemingly different ideas) often appear unexpectedly. And while these concepts may make us uncomfortable, it is important to remember they do not have to be heroic acts or involve huge emotional exposure. What they do require is a continual process of self-reflection, learning, and commitment to growth. As we better understand how to be in service to others, this theme of practice is one we hear from leaders around the globe.
Read our insightful conversation with Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition executive director, Brendan Johnson here.