Interim Director
Leadership Network

Cancel culture isn’t new, it’s just getting named.

We humans have a tendency to tell ourselves that if we avoid the tough conversations, we can get along better. Maybe the problems will just go away.

Except…they never do.

It turns out that cancel culture is more like avoidance culture. We just bury our heads in the sand.

Instead of avoiding the tough conversations we know we need to have, let’s lead our teams to a new commitment to have those tough conversations while continuing to love and honor one another. Let’s also commit to staying engaged and contributing when the conversations aren’t easy—even when it takes months to make progress.

I can assure you the relationships are worth it.

Until next week, Grace & Peace

Related Posts

Leadership Network

Author Leadership Network

Our role is to foster innovation movements that activate THE CHURCH to greater impact for the Glory of God’s name. What began in 1984 with 20 leaders now serves over 200,000 leaders all over the world. Find out more about Leadership Network and our Mission here.

More posts by Leadership Network

Your spot has been saved!

You will receive an e-mail shortly with more details about the webinar. Please watch your inbox.