My blogs offer ideas and inspiration to address pressing culture and career challenges facing leaders today.
It’s inevitable that someone will say something demeaning or offensive to another person at work. How these “diversity moments” are handled can make the difference between boiling over into large conflicts or fostering greater understanding among colleagues.
We seem more divided today than ever before. But it doesn’t have to be this way. I reflect on my years living in South Africa right after the end of apartheid for hope that we can get to better.
As creatures of habit, disrupting our daily routine can cause tremendous stress. Try these tips to create a new normal to be productive, balanced and sane today and in the future.
Over the past 3 weeks, I’ve spoken with over 30 CEOs from a range of industries about how they are navigating uncertainty, finding creative ways to manage in the new normal and maintaining their own positivity so they can lead with optimism, courage and compassion for others.
Want a more diverse and inclusive culture in your organization, but not sure where to start? At a loss for how to fund D&I strategies and initiatives? That’s ok! Actually, starting with yourself to create a D&I mindset is the most important thing to do to successfully create a culture of inclusion.
Team building gets a bad rap, and often for good reason. Memories of embarrassing group activities (think trust fall) or ones requiring zero effort (yet another mandatory happy hour) have caused employees to pass team building off as a waste of time. But, when done well, team building is an accelerator for business success.