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4th & final round of field research

The Wolof Research Project team has started field research in the last of the four cities comprising our research scope.


Last week we trained our last group of research assistants, 27 members of Protestant and Catholic churches in City #4. 404 more words

Latin America and Its Place in World Life

This post, authored by Dianne and Fernando Parrado, was originally published on the ICI blog on April 6, 2016. Información en español.

Latin America is assuming its rightful place in the global arena, not only as a leading economy, but also as a model for innovative social movements. 583 more words

Cultural Detective

Appetite for Excellence

Excellence is a subjective measure. This means that depending on a person’s perspective, the operational definition will change. A person’s appreciation and appetite are directly correlated to their experience. 99 more words


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A letter to my beautiful stepdaughter who’s about to become a mom: I find myself lacking the words to describe this absolutely heartwarming letter…read it yourself and form your own opinion. 235 more words


Is it possible to build a team while accepting diversity?

Many times this week the topic of diversity and team work came up. In one interview I was asked which one is more important to me, to be unique or to fit in. 1,249 more words

Daily Thoughts

Reflecting on Teamwork

Not long ago I was reflecting on partnerships and now it’s so appropriate to consider teamwork in the light of another humbling experience.

I have not played competitive sport for years. 638 more words


Ushered Into Stronger Leadership Skills

Life brings many challenges to living excellence. My commitment to being an effective leader requires that I meet these types of challenges through overcoming obstacles to usefulness. 777 more words

Be The Example