The Sages Among Us
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Various hosts and guests take a look at people making a difference. It started out as an innovative book about leadership and civic engagement. Four years later, it’s successfully morphed into a weekly KVMR 89.5 FM radio series about, you guessed it, leadership and civic engagement.
Originally, a group from the Center for Non-Profit leadership formed the Sages Leadership Project, explained Keith Porter, one of the radio show co-hosts. The purpose was to determine why this community seems to run so well.
The result was the 2012 book, The Sages Among Us, which profiled 50 elder sages and 50 emerging sage leaders.