What is Zoom Fatigue and What can we do about it?

What is Zoom Fatigue and What can we do about it?

Our friend and business coach, Chris Slaughter of the NC Small Business Development and Technology Center sent the following research-based advice via email and we thought it was so useful, we wanted to share with our community. Zoom Fatigue — it’s a thing The...

Resilience Women Asheville Cultivates a Culture of Consent

A version of this article originally appeared in WNC Woman Magazine, September 2018 Fostering resilience in the Asheville area photo credit: Nelle Gregory When Laura Lengnick received an “angel grant” to be invested in women working for sustainability in the local...

Shifting Culture in Asheville’s Parks and Rec Department

  Is top-down always the most effective way to manage? Roderick Simmons, Director of Asheville’s Parks & Recreation, does not think so. In fact, he believes that “as government we must change, or we’ll just repeat the mistakes of the past,” he says. A...

#Metoo and Consent-based Governance

How have you been experiencing the #metoo phenomenon? Having begun my social change work in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault prevention and advocacy, my primary response was FINALLY! If you’re a woman, you may have felt like jumping up and down...

When is it Time to Talk About Trust?

      This is the first article in our series on the 8 Primary Principles of Collaborative Governance.   “Trust always affects outcomes—speed and cost. When trust goes up, speed will also go up, and costs will go down. When trust goes down, speed...

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