Walk in Their Shoes (Forbes, 2018) - TurnAround Executive Coaching

I enjoy work as a bridging person between communities…..

I visited Cambodia nine times after the war. For safety, I chose trusted Khmer friends and did exactly what they told me to do. In areas of landmines, I walked in their exact footsteps. It’s humbling to be dependent — but I lived! More recently, my school started services to Bengali-speaking families. I visited a mosque. I listened to community leaders. At times, humility equals marketing. –¬†Ronald Tompkins,¬†82nd Street Academics

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