Leadership & Character | Atlanta, GA

Neville Selfie

We were strangers who came together with the common bond of Wake Forest University, and we left with a new set of friends and perspectives. We shared stories of ourselves, our children, nieces and friends.

Our conversation focused on the importance of face-to-face interaction, “quiet” character and the impact of our character on those around us. We talked about how we objectify and define character. There were common words and phrases shared throughout the night such as strength, empathy, respect, authenticity¬†and integrity.

We discussed character in the context of political figures and professional athletes. We also agreed that many examples of leaders with good character did things that weren’t popular and perhaps risky.

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