Reflections: Leadership Lessons from a Colonel

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We walked into the conference room, sweaty and exhausted from a morning on the hot tarmac at Buckley Air Force Base, but excited for what was still to come. Seeing the F-16’s up-close both on the ground and as they took flight was truly as “Top Gun” as you could get. But it was the quality of people we met …

Generous Leadership® and the Colorado Air National Guard

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Generous Leadership® is “abundantly giving of yourself so that others may be better people who do better work.” We believe one of the very best examples of generous leadership® is none other than our nation’s service men and women, especially the volunteers of Colorado’s Air National Guard who serve in our own backyard. On August 15th, Big Idea Project and …

High school students at the Gala speaking with a business owner

How BIP Connects the Classrooms, Companies, & Community

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“Kennedy is pushing for legislation that will allow children to seek psychiatric help at a younger age. There were lots of community leaders at the table, and she belonged.” Zak Ferry, quoted above, met Big Idea Project Horizon High School participant Kennedy at the state gala last May. The event showcases the top five teams as they present to Big …

Teaching Children How to Think: A Big Idea

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Guest Blog by Anson Thompson “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.”  ― Margaret Mead I attended a gathering last night in Denver. It was held by a group called Colorado Thought Leaders Forum. I’ve attended a few events with this organization. Their tag is “We Value Productive Relationships, Not Transactions.” They network differently in Denver, CO. In …

Non-Profit Profile: Project Helping

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“I was fortunate to find volunteering, by accident, as a tremendous outlet for improving my own mental wellness,” Founder and CEO Justin Kruger said. “My experience volunteering and the improvement in my own mental wellness inspired me to start Project Helping.” Five years ago, Justin Kruger made a discovery. He learned it was possible to “improve mental wellness by designing and …