WHAT IS IT? WHO MAKES IT HAPPEN? HOW? WHERE?
WETHEP IS THE PLACE FOR REAL PEOPLE TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS OF DEMOCRACY.
We’re the place that bridges authentic voices with organized efforts for real change.
We know many people are speaking up on social media. Others are taking action through community efforts or civic movements. A few are even seeking thoughtful changein corporate or political realms.
At WetheP all can connect and express and, like nowhere else, work together. Not just talking, but creating the change we all need. Serving as the kind of leaders our world needs a whole lot more of.
We take the agency and abilities of many people mix, match and merge them for shared progress.
Then, like force multipliers, we compound transformation far and wide. All corners of today’s lives in our communities, country, and beyond.
Using proven democratic methods enhanced by new media technologies to foster and extend many interconnected efforts.
Most important of all? We do this all with people like you. So join us, to TALK, TAKE ACTION and TELL --to create the culture change we want and need. Let's Talk! You can Start Here.
By Andrea Morisette Grazzini
My Grandfather began building his life legacy when he set aside his individualistic dream to support the family construction company his immigrant father started. Over time he would become a servant-leader to colleagues, community and the common interests they shared.
His model provides powerful lessons for latter-day leaders. Like me.
Grandpa worked hard, yes. More than that, he valued his co-workers beyond the way his peers would have…
Copyright, August 28, 2013
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