Non-Attachment, Revisited: The Healer in Chief


These days, we get many of our leadership lessons from cable news, where the correspondents often present themselves as leaders of public opinion, and–during

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Response to a Significant Question


How does blissful leadership look, though, in the face of constant attacks and demands? It is easy to be non-attached in the theoretical, but what about when, say, a leader is regularly confronted and challenges by decisions s/he has made (i.e. the Dean of Ethnic Studies). How does one remain resolute in one’s decision while at the same time, ensuring that all sides have been heard?

Tuesday, August 11th, 2020