Tag: Help!

How do you handle a toxic work culture?

How do you handle a toxic work culture?

So we get a lot of questions from people who work in toxic leadership environments and they ask, what are they to do? How do they be the leader they wish they had? Well, being the leader you wish you had means you commit yourself to the care and success of those around you. Remember,

Building Community, Building Hope Trailer

Building Community, Building Hope Trailer

WOMAN: I HAVE NEVER MET A PARENT THAT DIDN’T LOVE THEIR KID. THEY JUST HAVE A LOT OF COMPLEX ISSUES THAT THEY DON’T KNOW HOW TO SORT THROUGH, THEY DON’T KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE. AND OUR SYSTEM DOESN’T HELP BECAUSE WE MAKE OUR SYSTEM VERY COMPLEX. SEYMOUR: AT LEAST 50% OF THE KIDS THAT ARE

Our Latino Community – English :60 PSA (SAMHSA)

Our Latino Community – English :60 PSA (SAMHSA)

♪♪ Presenter: Family. Friends. Community. We need to help each other. Did you know that one in five people in the U.S. has a diagnosable mental health condition? That’s nearly every family in America. This affects us all, including our Latino community. Friends, family, and neighbors may be suffering emotionally and not recognize the signs

Marist: School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Marist: School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

(music begins) COLLEEN: I’ve always known I wanted to care for people My family would always say my heart’s always been bigger than my head. BRANDON: I also want to be an advocate. I want to be a confidant. I want to be someone who can really positively affect people’s lives. BRYANNA: I always knew