Leading for Change: Race and Reconciliation Chuck Mingo
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Leading for Change: Race and Reconciliation
Leading for Change: Race and Reconciliation
Chuck Mingo
SESSIONS TIME
1. Session 1: A 4-Step ... 9 MINS
2. Session 2: Modeling ... 2 MINS
3. Session 3: Getting Outside Your ... 7 MINS
4. Session 4: Learning Across ... 2 MINS
5. Session 5: Leading with a ... 2 MINS
6. Session 6: Leading Through ... 2 MINS
Arguably, the most contentious subject in society today involves the issues of racial prejudice, diversity, and inclusion. In both a business and church environment, leadership often finds creating space for addressing these issues difficult and many avoid it altogether. 

Nevertheless, with the proper strategy and a posture of humility, organizations can make strides to not only have a more inclusive environment for employees to thrive, but leaders can help catalyze change that extends beyond their companies into local neighborhoods, schools, churches, and society at large. 

Chuck Mingo, pastor and former Proctor and Gamble executive, and Rich McClure, CEO of Unigroup, provide practical steps and firsthand experience for leading organizations to engage issues of race and reconciliation, rooted in the practices of Jesus.
 
OTHER SERIES WITH Chuck Mingo
Chuck Mingo

How do you suggest that entrepreneurs combat loneliness? 


Each year, OCEAN Programs hosts their annual Faith + Entrepreneurship Conference. OCEAN’s intent is clear: Entrepreneurship is hard, and this conference is a place to gather with other like-minded leaders to gain insight, wisdom, and practical tools to increase your capacity as an entrepreneur. This message is delivered alongside inspirational and challenging messages from keynote speakers that are rooted in the Christian faith. The event’s theme and content is designed to grow the founder as not just an organizational leader, but also as a person full of potential to transform their world for good. 

 

OCEAN Conference is hosted by OCEAN Programs, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization based in Cincinnati, Ohio. OCEAN was founded to increase the awareness of God by building into entrepreneurs. OCEAN is a non-profit that serves entrepreneurs by providing access to training, community, and a foundation of faith on which to launch new organizations. OCEAN desires to help build healthy founders, teams, and companies. We do this through a variety of programs designed to serve entrepreneurs of all types. 

SESSIONS TIME
1. Spiritual Anchor 1 MIN
2. Loneliness 1 MIN
3. Entrepreneur Friends 1 MIN
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How should entrepreneurs deal with setbacks? 


Each year, OCEAN Programs hosts their annual Faith + Entrepreneurship Conference. OCEAN’s intent is clear: Entrepreneurship is hard, and this conference is a place to gather with other like-minded leaders to gain insight, wisdom, and practical tools to increase your capacity as an entrepreneur. This message is delivered alongside inspirational and challenging messages from keynote speakers that are rooted in the Christian faith. The event’s theme and content is designed to grow the founder as not just an organizational leader, but also as a person full of potential to transform their world for good. 

 

OCEAN Conference is hosted by OCEAN Programs, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization based in Cincinnati, Ohio. OCEAN was founded to increase the awareness of God by building into entrepreneurs. OCEAN is a non-profit that serves entrepreneurs by providing access to training, community, and a foundation of faith on which to launch new organizations. OCEAN desires to help build healthy founders, teams, and companies. We do this through a variety of programs designed to serve entrepreneurs of all types. 

SESSIONS TIME
1. Mindset 1 MIN
2. Setbacks as an Entrepreneur 1 MIN
3. Mindset, Failure 2 MINS
4. Overcoming Setbacks 1 MIN
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