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A Trauma  Informed Workforce Development Program

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There is a tribe in Africa called Masai whose traditional greeting to each other is “Casserian Engeri.” It means, “And how are the children?” They do not ask each other, “How are you?” or “How’s your day?” but rather they ask about the next generation. 

One of the things I love about young leaders is their ability to dream and innovate. This is one reason every team needs young leaders…they keep the organization from becoming stagnate, complacent, and irrelevant.- STEPHEN BLANDINO

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