How the Concept of Ubuntu Will
Change How You Live, Work and Lead
The illusion that we are separate from each other, more different than similar, is eroding our ability to work, live, and lead effectively. What if we all focused on the powerful idea of ubuntu instead? This transcendent African philosophy embraces the belief that we are universally connected to each other—and author Shola Richards suggests it could transform the way we treat others, making us kinder and more respectful to others, on and off the job. Go Together is a thought-provoking read that could change our own behavior . . . and the world around us. Click here to order the book on Amazon.
Shola Richards’ life’s mission is an ambitious one: To end generations of professional suffering, simply by changing how we treat each other at work. Whether it is helping people to deal with soul-destroying bully bosses, passive-aggressive coworkers, or toxic work cultures that value competition and profit more than they value teamwork and their people–Shola is committed to leading the worldwide movement that will change all of it.
Directions to CHS 13-105: Enter the main Fielding School of Public Health entrance off Charles Young Drive South (across from NRB & Lot 9). Past the elevators, make a left. Walk down to the end of the hallway to room 13-105 CHS (end of hallway).