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how do we respond in more mundane situations—where we may be criticized, blamed, or misunderstood? How do we muster a similar level of integrity, leadership, and courage? And, in doing so, generate a different—and more life affirming—outcome for everyone?

Most of us find it challenging to be criticized or blamed or ridiculed even if in a “local” situation—between two people, on your block, or in an office—but what if you are assessed and judged by someone you don’t know, without your knowledge, and this is made public—on the internet—and becomes a public topic of debate?

Balpreet Kaur, a Sikh youth, recently offered a powerful example of how to respond gracefully “under fire” in this kind of challenging... 


Read more here:
http://workcollaboratively.com/2013/09/26/transforming-injury-into-empowerment-and-engagement-a-moving-example/
(The fourth paragraph is where the main story starts.)


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