The previous episode was recorded on February 11th, and since the additional events of the past week and weekend, there were a few more things to add to the episode from this week.
We continue to wrestle with an extremely negative outcome of change in society, and there are ways to come out of this. However, there is no freedom without accountability or responsibility. Empathy and accountability have to go hand-in-hand as we move forward, and leadership needs to be present and hold people accountable. This is not easy.
This goes to the edge of my practice in change, so for this episode specifically, I've included more resources for your consideration below:
My article: Change Resistance and the Role of Leadership (in response to Jan 6, 2021):
Dr. Brené Brown – Unlocking Us
Episode Title: Brené on Words, Actions, Dehumanization, and Accountability
A Slight Change of Plans – by Dr. Maya Shankar
A conversation with Daryl Davis – in the episode titled: A Black Musician Takes on the KKK
Fully captioned videos are available on YouTube
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Natalia Lobach is the founder and principal of Charthouse Advisory Services