Becoming Certain About Uncertainty
August 16, 2022
Hosted by Patricia Jerido
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In this episode we are going to discuss how we can build up our comfort and ability to live within uncertainty. We are steeped in this moment of history where change is happening at unprecedented rates, we are under pressure to learn new things, the things we relied upon become obsolete very quickly and we are less sure than ever before about what tomorrow will bring. In this episode I will be talking with director, producer and documentary filmmaker Macky Austin on how we can become comfortable with watching the process of our lives unfold and what is to be learned when we are no longer in the driver's seat.
Living Well As a Political Act
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Living Well As A Political Act focuses on the importance of you - who you are and how you show up - while you are working to make the world a better place. Executive Coach and Strategist, Patricia Jerido, provides a blueprint for how to better understand ourselves and why that is a key ingredient to making positive change in the world possible.
Patricia is a highly sought out executive coach, strategist, and trainer combining mindfulness practice with practical strategic tactics to help people shift power towards social justice. Patricia is a trained M.S.W., social worker, and has over 30 years’ experience in social justice work. She has worked as an advocate, board member, coach, community organizer, executive director, fundraiser, funder, individual and group work counselor, strategist, and trainer. As a former program officer for Open Society Foundations and the Ms. Foundation for Women, Patricia has assessed and assisted social justice organizations in improving skills in communications, fundraising, board leadership, and program development having granted over a quarter of a billion dollars to nonprofits around the world. In addition, to her role at Leadership Matters Consulting, Patricia is the board president for the Center for Artistic Activism and serves as an Advisory Member to the Participatory Budgeting Project.