"When the Elephants war, the grass suffers" An African Proverb
New leaders cannot move forward without an organized community. They are caught in between the social apprehension of clans, cliques and crews; which prevent social advancement for many. Few organizations are empowering its community or applying relevant strategies a community can relate with; but instead are plaguing its constituency under the following ills...
- Unresolved founder's syndrome, communal and tribal beefs
- Resistant leadership
- Lack of education and exploring new concepts
- Lack of successful professionals, who are relevant with industry standards
- ...all creating "Mistrust"
For years, prejudices have hindered powerful progress and has only perpetuated a never ending story around...
- Ethnic stereotyping leading to subtle racism, overt in some cases
- Conflicts between community pioneers
- Economic class clash
Looking forward, new creatives and educated minds are identifying the untainted talent, for an evolution of social innovation. New leaders are listening to people's interests, they're considering critique about their own leadership and performance.
Conflicts develop effective illusions between the hearts of the people. These illusions appear to be believable constructs - after probing deeply can/will only expose its falsehood. New creative minds are exposing prejudices, by occupying themselves with good work and liberating thinking. Allowing themselves to see true principles, that were hidden and/or not unrecognized by prejudice.
There is no room, to carry on any social apprehension and/or an inherited prejudice from a previous administration and/or generation. The people are asking for a revival of community, successful relationships and economic justice. Which can only happen with cooperation, will + ability; empowerment and relevant education.
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