Author Archives: Kisha Holden, PhD, MSCR

12 Jun
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Strengthening Resilience To Be an Effective Leader

Effective leaders assume the immense responsibility to exceed expectations and respond successfully to the diverse need of multidisciplinary team members. It is not uncommon for leaders to face stressful challenging situations that require a delicate resolution and gingerly reconciling conflict. ...

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06 Mar
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Women Leaders Rock!

In Celebration of Women’s History Month (March), Let’s Honor the Exceptional Ways that Numerous Women Leaders have Contributed Immensely to our Society Did you know? Men out-rank women in U.S. faculty positions in academia Women are more likely to be ...

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06 Mar
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Cultivating a Personal Culture of Self-Care

Happy New Year, Welcome 2017! Let’s Reinvigorate Ourselves, Relish in Individual Strengths, Refocus Priorities, and Regimen Self-Care In navigating through the complex maze of life and handling a myriad of responsibilities, many of us are inclined to place our own ...

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28 Dec
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Harnessing Hope, Resilience, and Charting a Path Forward

In July 2004, scholar Barack Obama introduced us to the concept of what he labeled as “the audacity of hope”. In 2006, his widely popular book The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream challenged all of us ...

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21 Sep
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Ethical Strengths-Based Leadership Matters in Building Healthy Communities and Advancing Health Equity

Health equity is defined as “attainment of the highest level of health for all people” (DHHS, 2011). The inference is that everyone has a fair opportunity to live a long, healthy life; and that health should not be compromised or ...

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