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Letting Youth Lead: A Japanese/Native American Experience

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Today’s show will focus on how much we can influence for good by practicing servant leadership in our everyday lives. The philosophy of servant leadership cuts across so many communication barriers and creates a bridge through which to connect. No longer considered extraneous alongside traditional leadership skills of a directive nature, the relational skills of servant leadership training are necessary in today’s world if one wishes to succeed. This became obvious to my guest today when she found herself wanting to creatively teach intercultural communication on a Washington State Indian Reservation to 5 Graders. Join me and my guest, Dr. Judy Cressey, and find out how servant leadership is lived and taught.

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