What We’re Reading this Week (March 16, 2012)
- Elizabeth Krause is reading “Setting the Stage for a Business Case for Leadership Diversity in Healthcare: History, Research, and Leverage/PRACTITIONER APPLICATION.” Says Elizabeth, “This article, shared by Dave Skoczulek HLF ’11, asks the question, “is lack of organizational cultural competence a system failure?” and gives us some concrete ways to think about how leadership and making a business case can move us toward solutions.”
- Lina Paredes is reading: “Forty Years of LGBTQ Philanthropy 1970-2010.” Says Lina, “As a member of the Funders for LGBTQ board of directors, I am proud that our work has helped increase and mobilize resources that enhance the well-being and secure the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities.”
- Carol Pollack is reading “Young, Black, and Male in America.” Says Carol, “It just really struck me how insidious this issue is and how critical that it be attacked with multiple strategies – and fast, before a whole generation is lost.”
- Jenn Whinnem is reading “The Most Insane Letter Ever Written by a Child to a TV Weatherman.” Says me, “I like this kid’s ideas. I wish he had his own TV show.”
That’s us – what are YOU reading this week?
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