How To Catch A Fast-Moving Train

Editor’s Note: This column, “LBWA” (Leadership By Wandering Around), is based on the premise that, in order to find out what’s going on in the field, a parks and rec leader has to leave his or her desk and “wander around” the area of operations, talk to people, ask questions, and kick around ideas with the individuals in the thick of delivering services to the public. So the author will bring up issues and ask the leaders among the readership …

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2 comments on “How To Catch A Fast-Moving Train

  1. Peggy Thomas on said:

    Great comments, Randy. I think we all had our eyes opened in the process and we look forward to having some more community conversations.

    • Karen Stephens on said:

      Randy: Being a part of the Master Capacity Builders Transformational Leadership group prepared us for a new way of thinking and “doing” in a constantly changing, interdependent and increasing complex society. Continue your efforts to be innovative in building a new type of leadership and sustainable community.
      Karen Stephens
      Rotary Club of Peachtree City

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