Weakness, Humility, and Agility: Leadership in the Blizzard

Roger Bray
May 11, 2021

What is to shape leaders in this moment of change? This author seeks to connect humility, agility, and leadership all together.

"As I read this, it hit me. An overwhelming feeling of helplessness and weakness. It reminded me of the first time I drove in the USA. Having grown up on the equator and only seen snow for a brief moment in Australia, I found myself driving on the “wrong” side of the road from Chicago to Huntington, Indiana. It was the second week of January, and the endless fields of snow had already filled me with dread..."

Source: https://redeemercitytocity.com/articles-stories/weakness-humility-and-agility-leadership-in-the-blizzard

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