On Tuesday February 16th, DuPage United had a Steering Team Meeting co-chaired by Naazish YarKhan from ICNA Relief and Debbie Fulks from Faith Lutheran. The agenda included updates on the upcoming Solidarity Action event, improving regional Mental Health assistance, and a special focus on Relational Power and Relational Meetings.
Relational Power is the primary currency in DuPage United and our institutions along with many large organizations. People work together, help each other out, team-up for success, forgive mistakes, and generally stick together in the organization. We are social creatures and relationships matter. Through Relational Meetings, people become inter-related and can build the power necessary to make a positive change in the community.