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How to create a workplace that prioritizes diversity and inclusion
An effective workplace environment should consist of diversity and inclusion. These two elements are vital for organizational success. This begins with leadership prioritizing an environment where individuals from different cultures, races, gender, age, and nationalities receive the respect they deserve. Creating a workplace structure that prioritizes diversity and inclusionLeaders can change the atmosphere through a […]| READ MORE: How to create a workplace that prioritizes diversity and inclusion
Called to kindness: ways to serve your community on and off campus
We’ve all heard it before; flashing a smile at someone or saying “hi” or even giving a simple compliment goes a long way to make someone’s day. An added bonus is the boost of serotonin! According to the Sisters of St. Mary Hospital and Health System, “Physiologically, kindness can positively change your brain. Being kind […]| READ MORE: Called to kindness: ways to serve your community on and off campus
Music students’ experiences broadened by HSM’s history of European tours
“Some things just can’t be described. You just have to live them – to experience them for yourself.” Justin Baker ’07, music performance, begins his podcast featuring an interview with his mentor Emeritus Professor of Music Dr. Valerie Bullock. He went on to describe the powerful impact Bullock had on his life, including – in […]| READ MORE: Music students’ experiences broadened by HSM’s history of European tours
Passport to purpose: how gritty are you?
The university’s strategic plan for 2020-2025 outlines how Charleston Southern University prepares servant leaders to pursue significant lives. By equipping students with a biblical worldview, competencies to perform at the highest levels, godly character, and experiences to grow their grit, CSU’s mission includes guiding them to find their sweet spot in life. COVID-19 lockdowns, isolation, financial worries, constant screen […]| READ MORE: Passport to purpose: how gritty are you?