I don't think we've yet cracked the question of how do we, as an individual leader in public service, contribute to that purpose. So what tends to happen is we get hired into a job,
It's a mind bending conversation to have the people who built something so sophisticated, so innovative, so powerful, tell us they can't remove swastikas. You know, for kicks Matthew, when this podcast is over, you
The people that work in education and that take the responsibility of leading the education system are mainly optimists. If not, you cannot take the job. In the latest episode of Books Driving Change, Agustín
“We have a challenge in the American economy -- I think this probably exists a little bit in the U.K. as well some other developed countries -- where the highest status in society goes sometimes
“The minds and the hearts of Africans, particularly young Africans, have just so many great ideas and just need, you know, to unlock new opportunities or need investment to move to the next level.” –
And for everybody who's in government, there are probably five to ten sitting in a Washington institution wishing they were in. So once again, I would urge people not to overlook the capital city of
And despite the narratives, it’s really hard for today's leaders to actually work out the radical changes we need, when their mandates and agendas are to stabilize, to continue as before. There are obviously
So a movement is something that I'm calling for, is something that I'm envisioning the value of, but we're a long way from there. We have a lot of good work being done in communities.