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Save Your City: How Toxic Culture Kills Community & What to Do About It

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"Save Your City is an inspired and powerful must-read. Our democracy is in peril and this book delivers the right message, by the right person, at the right time." --IRA BASEN, CBC Radio

Toxic culture is eroding our sense of belonging, community and well-being. Our capacity to collaborate and innovate together is also being undermined by the rising incivility and divisivene
Hardcover, 178 pages
Published March 4th 2019 by Tellwell Talent
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James Rozoff
Jul 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
We’ve reached a point in Western society where the ways we have been doing things are clearly not making things better, and there are many who are earnestly analyzing the situation and trying to come up with solutions. Thoughtful, caring people who have not merely dedicated years but their lives to make our societies sustainable and healthy.

Save Your City is very obviously written by one such person. Diane Kalen-Sukra helps point out the problems that lie at the root of our dysfunctional governm
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A number of books have been written about the growing incivility of our our politics. These works are primarily focused on national politics, particularly at the national level in the United States and the United Kingdom. Save Your City uniquely takes the discussion to the local government level. Diane Karen-Sukra skillfully assesses the challenges facing local governments, provides tools to diagnose the extent of the problem and offers solutions to move communities and municipalities towards a ...more
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Diane Kalen-Sukra was born with the gift of encouragement and desire for everyone around her to thrive and meet their potential. Her core belief is that as social beings, we flourish in healthy sustainable communities, where good governance, servant leadership and compassionate culture support the well-being of all.

​Over the past 25 years, this passion has taken Diane across the country in senior

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“A government of the people, a democracy, has room for peaceful civil disobedience—a practice that appeals to the humanity and sense of justice of the opposition (not defined as the 'enemy') and insists that we do all, in fact, belong to the beloved community.” 3 likes
“Incivility is contagious—often spreading by way of righteous indignation until even those without legitimate grievance have come down with symptoms and taken sides.” 2 likes
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