Beyond the Dialogue: Living the Big Picture

Panelists discuss the government’s role in developing the leadership potential of a diverse citizenry and the consequences of inaction for the nation’s future.

  1. Oct.  19 – What is the critical role of government in creating a leadership pool reflective of nation?
    Time Warner Philanthropy’s Special Projects Manager Sheryl Hilliard Tucker moderated the panel, that featured Orlando Marin (Commissioner, New York City Planning)  and Bruce Stewart (Deputy Director Training, Compliance, and Strategic Initiatives, OPM) discussed their perspectives on the importance of leadership diversity.
  2. MiamiFoundation
    Discussing the business case for diversity at #leadershipnuf day two
    Fri, Oct 19 2012 07:43:53
  3. sarahslewis
    Diversity and inclusion in the 21st century: It’s not an add-on or an afterthought – Sheryl Hilliard Tucker. #leadershipnuf
    Fri, Oct 19 2012 07:44:50
  4. NUFlead
    Orlando Marin: Design can encourages collaboration, shared maintenance #LeadershipNUF
    Fri, Oct 19 2012 09:35:35
  5. NUFlead
    Orlando Marin: Diversity of income in neighborhood encourages mobility and mentorship. #LeadershipNUF
    Fri, Oct 19 2012 09:34:21
  6. ElBwriting
    Bruce Stewart: The brain processes change through storyteller #LeadershipNUF
    Fri, Oct 19 2012 09:31:22
  7. NUFlead
    Marin: Leaders need to share info — it’s part of growth & we need to not be afraid that people will misuse/abuse that info #LeadershipNUF
    Fri, Oct 19 2012 09:29:57
  8. ElBwriting
    #LeadershipNUF Marin: Diversity in the planning process: increasing understanding across language, bkgd, profession.” #leadershipNUF
    Fri, Oct 19 2012 09:28:03
  9. ElBwriting
    …Today’s panels have provided not just inspiration, but also practical advice and real case examples…#LeadershipNUF
    Fri, Oct 19 2012 09:25:54
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