Episode #90 ~ Don’t Do Anything Stupid ~ John Covington
Do you ever wonder what you can do as a white person to help stop racism? Well, author and leadership developer John Covington and I discuss this topic from his new book. Don’t Do Anything Stupid. In his book John says, “ We must address the elephant in the room and be proactive in pursuing and cultivating healthy relationships with people of other races.” He is so right. John provides ways we can step out to change our world, right where we are. We discuss how the ugly history of racism is closer than most of us realize, how the enemy is seeking to divide and conquer us, and we go on to discuss how we can’t solve a spiritual issue without engaging our spirit. The church needs to be a part of the solution to bring about change.
You can connect with him on his website here: www.chesapeakeconsultinginc.com
To request your free copy of his workshop material which goes along with the book by emailing him. He gave his email in the podcast or you can find it on his website.
You can get a copy of his book on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2VSgDkK
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Meet This weeks Guest:
John Covington is the CEO and owner of Chesapeake Consulting, Inc. since 1988. Chesapeake provides operations improvement, leadership development and project management support for both commercial and government accounts. John did his undergraduate work at the United States Naval Academy and the University of Alabama receiving a BS in Chemical Engineering.
He has held a variety of engineering, management and executive positions with Dupont, Stauffer Chemicals and Sherwin-Williams. He has authored numerous articles and seven books on leadership development, process improvement and faith. He was selected business person of the year in 2002 by the Severna Park, Maryland, Chamber of Commerce.
He is a Distinguished Fellow in both the College of Engineering and the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Alabama and sits on the Deans Leadership Council. He serves on several charity boards including Chemical and Biological Engineering advisory board, The Blackburn Institute, and Dogs Finding Dogs, a K-9 search and rescue group for pets.
He has authored seven books on process improvement, leadership and faith; Tough Fabric; Let’s Don’t Pave the Cow Path; Enterprise Fitness; Who is God and What am I Doing Here?; What I Learned About Leadership From My Dog; Cow’s Don’t Stay Milked; Don’t Do Anything Stupid – A White Man’s Guide to Racial Harmony.
He is an active member of the Church of the Highlands, volunteers in prison ministry and prison re-entry efforts.
He has been married to Linda Covington since 1972, and enjoys hiking, dog training and Alabama sports.
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