Like a lemming, I jumped on the Threads bandwagon the very first day the platform was launched, and I enjoyed a few hours of hard nostalgia – not just for the early days of the Twitter platform itself, but for … Read More
I think there’s a theme going on here… In just about every online group I am a part of, and on several Facebook pages I follow, people are talking about how they would live their lives differently if they were … Read More
This is a tale of two ancient queens – which example will you follow? Boudica was a Celtic queen in Britain whose husband willed that the kingdom should be left in the care of their two daughters after his … Read More
The question is never ‘should you’ make an impact as a business leader, the question is what type of impact do you want to be making – positive or negative, unconscious or deliberate. Whether you realize it or not, every … Read More
It’s incredibly common for me to see people making excuses for another person’s (or their own!) harmful words or behavior on the basis of their ‘intention’. While I do think there’s a distinction between deliberately malicious versus neutral or even … Read More
Last week, a friend and colleague of mine went into a job interview confident and excited about a new opportunity – and she came out crestfallen and upset. She called me right after the interview to share her experience: that nearly … Read More
White women: it’s time to start being allies, and stop being thieves. That may sound harsh, but so is the appropriation we’re profiting from. Our sisters of color deserve better than this, and it’s up to us to do better, … Read More
Hmm… Exactly what does Dostoevsky have to do with manifestation? Ok, that’s a weird question. But I was a Russian major in college, and sometimes I find myself wondering what my academic past has to do with my present life. … Read More
If you’re considering hiring an intern to work for you over the summer, there are a few key points to consider before making that decision. The common mythology about interns is that they are a magical solution to help you … Read More
After writing my previous post on the power of consumers to affect political events, as well as sharing my perspective in casual conversations, I have received a great deal of pushback to my last point: specifically, my beliefs that the American … Read More
Developing your capacity for empathy is not only a desirable personal attribute – empathy in leadership, particularly vis-a-vis your business, is also a crucial component of your ongoing professional success. To illustrate what empathy looks like in the workplace, let … Read More
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