Introduction to Relational Wisdom | The Pentagon, Washington DC | By Ken Sande


September 19, 2019 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

When military personnel seek out a chaplain, it’s usually because of a relational problem at home, in their unit or with a superior. These problems are often aggravated by the fact that many individuals have never learned how to read and manage their own emotions, much less those of the people around them. As a result, they are often unaware of how emotions are clouding their judgment, aggravating misunderstandings, and triggering decisions that reduce unit effectiveness and damage family bonds.

These relational deficiencies may also contribute to the growing suicide rate in the United States Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard.

RW360 has been invited to the Pentagon to discuss ways that military chaplains can use relational wisdom resources to strengthen the ability of service men and women to respond constructively to the emotional and relational challenges they experience as they serve our nation.

For background information on the benefits of teaching and applying relational wisdom in a military setting (click on Relational Wisdom for Military Chaplains). 

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