Characteristics and Trends Stewards Consider When Expanding Equitable Well-Being
Published in: ReThink Health website (July 2020)
Posted on RAND.org on August 04, 2020
This report profiles characteristics of people who are not only impressive stewards, but also are helping to grow the entire field of system stewardship for well-being. It describes what prompts them to set new standards for what system changers can do while also inspiring many other people and organizations to join them in this work. Two concluding sections summarize: 1) the major trends shaping how these field-building stewards think and act, and 2) their efforts to enhance recovery and resilience as our society grapples with multiple systemic crises, including the Covid-19 pandemic, racial injustice, and economic recession.
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