Some thoughts and observations from my journey.
by Bradley K. Ward
Wild Things & Peace: Leaders Thrive with Reflection Time
Poetry that highlights the realities of leadership in many nonprofit organizations inspired this post.
Things our dogs taught me: options and goals
We have 3 dogs, meaning the canines outnumber the humans in our household. We adopted them from our local dog shelter in 2009 and 2010.
Gone Fishing: Wisdom from my Grandfather
Summer reminds me of my grandfather because it was his favorite time to go fishing. He liked to wake up early so we could be
Mothers Day Revisited
A friend of mine shared a video of her sermon to her congregation on Mothers Day. She introduced the video with a brief disclaimer stating
On Transformation: The Value of Monarchs
The words of Henry David Thoreau may point you in a direction you need, but didn’t realize. Springtime is inspiring for many reasons, especially when
Seeing Things Differently
I’ve worn contact lenses or glasses to see since I was 6 years old. During a visit to the doctor before I got glasses, my
Beyond the Brain: Emotional Intelligence in Leadership
Emotional intelligence is one of the most powerful tools any leader can sharpen. Here’s how I applied it in my role as a leader.
The Power of the Pause
When I was younger, I thought being responsive was a strength. As more and more things demanded action, it became more and more difficult to
The Day You Discover Why
Mark Twain is sometimes credited with this bit of wisdom: “The two most important days in your life are the day you’re born and the