In our latest Coaching Conversations podcast episode, Jim sits down with Natasha Robinson in an episode that explores the importance of developing cultural competencies, coaching others for self-discovery, leading ourselves, and the narratives, beliefs, and artifacts that shape our understandings of ourselves and our history.

About Natasha Robinson

Natasha Robinson is President of T3 Leadership Solutions, Inc. and Visionary Founder and Chairperson of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Leadership LINKS, Inc.

A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, this doctorate candidate (DMIN, Leadership, North Park Theological Seminary) is a sought-after international speaker, leadership coach and consultant with more than 20 years of leadership experience in the military, federal government, academic, and nonprofit sectors. She is the author of several books including Voices of Lament, Journey to Freedom (Exodus Bible study), A Sojourner’s Truth, Hope for Us: Knowing God through the Nicene Creed Bible study, Mentor for Life and its accompanying leader’s training manual. She hosts A Sojourner’s Truth podcast. Natasha has honorably served her country as a Marine Corps officer and employee at the Department of Homeland Security.

Recent years have given Natasha the opportunity to write regularly while serving my community and championing causes of passion. This work has included anti-human trafficking advocacy, promoting education, and raising up the next generation of leaders. The latter work is a goal of Leadership LINKS, Inc., the nonprofit organization she founded with a team of like-minded friends and leadership experts in August 2015.



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Listen to Episode 4 with Natasha Robinson today and get caught up on previous episodes of Coaching Conversations with Jim Knight.

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