Exploring Nontraditional Community Leadership
January 28, 2019 | 6:00 p.m. | George R. White Library & Learning Center at Concordia University
2800 NE Liberty Street, Portland OR 97211
Popular understandings of leadership tell us that leaders look a certain way: they are in charge. They possess outward strength. They are extroverted and act pragmatically rather than emotionally. Perhaps most important, leaders are people in positions of authority and power. Join facilitator Pepe Moscoso for a conversation that explores an alternative view of leadership and asks, When are we leaders in our communities? How can our unique senses of self contribute to our roles as leaders? What do we have to offer that is needed? Participants will have the chance to ask these questions of themselves and to explore with their friends and neighbors what makes a great leader in their communities. Read more.
This event will take place in the Lobby of the George R. White Library & Learning Center.
Sarah Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 280-8666