As part of the Resilience First Aid project, a 6-month pilot I developed for the National Resilience Institute to build community resiliency and better prepare for mass disruptions, we recently held a trauma and resilience training with my UK colleague, Lisa Cherry.
At a Q&A session with Lisa, me and another resiliency specialist, one participant raised a brave question. Gesturing toward fellow participants, she asked, “What can we do to get more community leaders involved?
I feel that you three are at a different level and can have these types of conversations. But what can we do?” Weaved together, our answers can be summed up as this: Start now with what you have and take action toward the impact you seek to make.Read more on molliemarti.com