Queering the Lead: Embracing the Power of Unique Stories and Authenticity in Leadership
Contemplative Reflections, Part 5: Leadership for a more inclusive, conscious, and humane society.
Leadership is not just about directing or
The Necessity of Appealing to Innate Human Dignity Instead of Furthering Argument and Division
Self-mastery is not about agreeing with other people’s opinions or keeping silent — it demonstrates your humility and respect for
What Are the Benefits of Knowing What’s Most Important and How Does that Cultivate Self-Mastery?
Why do you hold your values to be true and why?
Knowing what you value in life will make a
If You Believe You Can Change the World or Other People, You Are Acting Unskilfully
You need to evolve and be the change to inspire others to follow your lead.
For years, I thought I
Why “Sincerely Held Religious Beliefs” Are Hypocritical, Insincere, and Killing LGBTQ2S+ People
The religious right is effectively and self-righteously working to decimate human freedoms and LGBTQ2S+ lives.
If you value your freedom
The Power of Self-Mastery for Queer Individuals to Strive Higher for the Common Good
Think Queerly Interview with Leadership and Organizational Development Coach, Jeremy Long | TQ240
In this episode of the Think Queerly Podcast,
Interview with Michelle Douglas, Executive Director, LGBT Purge Fund
Think Queerly Podcast Leadership Interview | TQ237
It was an honour to speak with Michelle Douglas, Executive Director of the LGBT
It Gets Better Canada: Uplifting, Empowering, and Connecting 2SLGBTQ+ Youth Across Canada
Think Queerly Podcast Leadership Interview with Omid Razavi and Ethan Berkeley-Garci | TQ232
The It Gets Better Project envisions a world
Interview with Tim McCaskell, Author of “Queer Progress: From Homophobia to Homonationalism.”
A memoir and analysis of early Toronto gay and lesbian liberation politics, HIV/AIDS activism, economic and social changes, identity
Can We Break Down What Happened When Will Smith Slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars?
At first, we saw Will Smith laughing at Chis Rock’s joke about Pinkett Smith being ready for the next