Honor

Introducing Carla Chud and The Pathway to Powerful

Introducing Carla Chud and The Pathway to Powerful

Honor, like love, is an experience we create through specific practices. If leaders don’t cultivate these practices—first in their own lives, then on their teams, and then throughout their organizations—they cannot hope to foster a culture of honor. 

Demonstrating Honor

Freedom, Relationships, and Destiny

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Growing up in Weaverville, I don’t  remember hearing a message about honor; I remember seeing it demonstrated in practice. Years later in Redding, someone else pointed out that we had a “culture of honor” present in our environment. At the time, I had not identified it as that because...

What Does Honor Look Like?

Fruit to look for in the culture you are creating around you

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Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that I talk about the "culture of honor" every time someone hands me a mic, but I am consistently asked what a culture of honor means and actually looks like. I could spend years unpacking this, but here are a few ways I tend to answer.