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Why Health Promotion Leader Bill Baun Wants Us to “Look Through a Different Lens”

According to Teddy Roosevelt, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” It’s a quote that came to mind after I called Bill Baun, Wellness Officer at MD Anderson Cancer Center and immediate Past President of the National Wellness Institute (NWI), to ask his thoughts on wellness and equity. Roosevelt’s […]

Leaders as Authors: Polarized Crowds vs. Community Clusters

In previous columns on leadership, I’ve written about management theory that views “knowledge power” over “position power” as a way to get things done with and through others. Francis Bacon’s notion that knowledge is power emanated from a leading statesman considered the father of the scientific method. He believed a more systematic application of knowledge […]