Bringing Out the Best of Ourselves

Check out Part 2!

Check out Part 2!

In part 2 we take a closer look at how we can prepare ourselves to be in community, featuring the work of Wendy...

Check out "Bringing Out the Best of Ourselves: Part 1"

Check out "Bringing Out the Best of Ourselves: Part 1"

Part 1 is the first program in the series, featuring Barry...

"Bringing Out the Best of Ourselves" is a series exploring how we can strengthen our communities and organizations; shows exploring the
question, “How do we come together as a community around what matters most?” Host Marcia Hyatt interviews thought leaders to understand how we can strengthen our community. This series is funded in part by the Knight Fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.
Marcia Hyatt is a presenter and leadership coach.She has worked in leadership development over the past 30 years.  She is a master trainer of the Organization Workshop and a longtime colleague of Barry and Karen Oshry.Marcia is a regular leadership columnist for the Minnesota Women’s Press and creator and host of the weekly WTIP radio feature “The Best of Ourselves”.

She has authored numerous articles, chapters and books on the subject of leadership. Marcia co-founded the Center for Emerging Leadership and its Women's Leadership Community, an intentional learning community that supports women in bringing their whole selves into the world. In 2011, she published, What Have I Mythed? Stories for Reflection.

Marcia also co-owns and manages the Last Chance Sculpture Studio and Gallery and A Room of One’s Own: A Personal Retreat Center in Lutsen.
Parker J. Palmer
In part three of WTIP's "Bringing Out the Best of Ourselves" series, Cameron Norman and Marcia Hyatt cohost a conversation with Parker J. Palmer, an acclaimed author and activist, about what it takes to have a healthy democracy.

Parker is the founder and...
Parker J. Palmer
The audio files above are of Parker J. Palmer, founder of The Center for Courage and Renewal, speaking in depth about "5 Habits of the Heart".  Parker believes that if taken together, these habits are critical to sustaining a democracy.  The habits...
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