Healing From Social Toxicity: Re-establishing the Value of Support in Community
Host Nancy Kahn talks with Ted Marsh, who’s life’s purpose as a visionary community elder and activist, is to inspire and collaborate with elders in living the values of support, collaboration and alliances together.
Ted shares his awareness of how we have been conditioned to think, communicate and act in ways that disempower us as individuals and community members from choosing to support one another at core levels.
We explore what it means to support one another in today’s world, why it matters, and what gets in the way of living these values.
Ted Marsh is an Alameda County community elder. He is a master coach to leaders faced with the challenges of evolutionary, revolutionary or transformative change. As a community activist, he was able to link critical strategic issues facing commercial and non-profit organizations including cultural diversity, performance enhancement, and creative learning.
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