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From Conflict to Cultural Breakthroughs
Lynne Maureen Hurdle
Five things to remember when beginning to address conflict.
Six questions to put us on the road to genuine healing
Breaking the Culture of Violence: Why forgetting is fatal
What we can learn about conflict & culture from the Serena Williams controversy
As suicides in the celebrity circle prompt artists like Janet Jackson, Ariana Grande and Camila Cabello to reveal their mental health struggles, more of us are talking about it and
It will require tremendous effort to break culture, but we must in order to continue to move forward as a nation and a world.
Why Coffee and Courtesy Still Equals Conflict at Starbucks
In order to engage in basic courteous dialogue, one must view a person as worthy of such an exchange.
Breaking culture to give voice to our children
How we can stop technology from breaking culture.
If it’s comfortable, it ain’t diversity training.
Four Top Managerial Conflicts - Responding from the Inside Out
For many people, hatred seems to be coming out of the woodworks and seeping into every area of life.
Why leaders need to L-E-A-D-I-N to conflict.
The need for grown-up leadership.
The Meaning and Impact that Cultural Gatekeepers Have On the Work
Why Pride Month Shames All of Us
Plain Failure - The Conflict of Trust, Race and Diversity
The United Airlines conflict is just the latest in a series of events that reveal the cultural norm of “throwing hands” when you don't have the skills to produce the desired result
The Sandwich Conflict: four ingredients that make it easier to chew.
Why we need to tell the truth about trauma and race.
Why a Happy “New You” is Not The Best New Year’s Gift You Can Give Yourself
What do you do as a parent if you don’t want to spank?
Three Things Our White Friends Should Consider About Creating Safety
Here are my five ways to implement inclusive training models.
Why Corporate America Needs to Consider the Push Back Conversations
The divide in our country is showing itself to be a lot deeper than our political affiliations.
As a mother of sons who are adopted, there are a lot things you get used to hearing and then there are things you just can’t believe people just said. What’s your family story?
What feelings are evoked and what historical perspectives are turning the wheels of your thought processes? Seeing the photo is the easy part.
This is what happened when I finally found the courage to speak up about breaking the "Rules of Culture."
Lynne Maureen Hurdle is a conflict resolution strategist, speaker, facilitator and mom.