Knowing When to Say When

Sneed, Meg
January 2012
Echo Magazine;1/19/2012, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p62
The author discusses leadership in activism and the importance of taking a break from activism leadership actions. The author notes that a leader can express vulnerability to other members of the group if he or she cannot lead actions for a particular date. The author suggests that leaders must realize that their words, actions, and thoughts influence the outcome of the action.


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