On Courage, Sources of Hope, and Practicing Leadership
Dr. Marshall Ganz is now a senior lecturer in public policy at Harvard University. But he spent almost 30 years as an organizer with the Civil Rights Movement, United Farmworkers Movement, and more.
When Marshall joined the Mississippi Summer Project in 1964, he faced a powerful turning point that called him to find his own courage. We talk about uncovering the hope you need to turn threats into challenges, and about the ongoing practice of leadership, which Marshall defines as: "taking responsibility for enabling others to achieve shared purpose under conditions of uncertainty."
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