This past summer, nearly 1,200 alumni from across MOR’s leadership development programs responded to our survey invitations and shared, amongst other things, how their MOR experiences have proven helpful during the pandemic and what they were prioritizing over the next six months. Your feedback is a gift, and we thank everyone who took the time to respond. At MOR, we are committed to supporting our alumni in your lifelong leadership journey. The insight provided by this survey is enabling MOR to craft a variety of new and evolved solutions to help you best meet the challenges of these times.
Alumni Views and News
Today we hear from three MOR alums - Evelyn Griffith, Julie Traxler, and Vania McBean on valuing the gifts of others.
From time to time, as leaders we have to stop and press the pause button. Gratitude helps us feel good because it inspires us to do good.
Learning from the book "Thanks for the Feedback: the Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well (even when it is off base, unfair, poorly delivered, and frankly, you’re not in the mood)"
My MOR cohort has been a lifesaver. They have become an essential component of my work life that I didn't even know I needed.
How can each of us move the dial a bit on systematic racism? Inspiration and lessons from changing the "whitelist" and "blacklist."
Today we feature personal reflections of multiple MOR alums, woven together around a common topic of empathy and self-care.
The Queen song, Under Pressure popped in my head and made me smile. And love dares you to care for the people on the edge of the night, And love dares you to change our way of caring about ourselves... this is our last dance this is ourselves under pressure. Doesn’t this ring true, especially at this moment in time?
The harsh reality is that personal and professional growth can be very painful. One begins to realize that laced in all the undercurrents of “fake it till you make it”, the imposter syndrome, and the art of improv is the common understanding that everyone is going through some kind of sizable internal strife to push forward.
Now, I’m finding myself asking “Self? What if I stopped waiting for others to unstick me?” “What if I focused on me, how will that impact myself and others?” “What if I start chasing, rather than waiting for something to fall in my lap?”