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Embracing Our Humanity as Leaders with Carlos Moreno

Season 2, Ep. 21

Leadership comes down to being able to build real human connections, right? But how do you do that?


My guest today, Carlos Moreno, believes that we are better leaders when we dare to be vulnerable and authentic. And he’s got the experience to prove it! As an educator with this leadership style, he’s bridged generational gaps and connected with his students in a deep way. So listen up if you want to find your leadership soul!


Resources mentioned in this episode:

Finding Your Leadership Soul - Book written by Carlos Moreno

More info on The Well, New Profit Event

Big Picture Learning Website


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