How to be more comfortable with inquiry and advocacy

Even with all of its advantages, inquiry needs to co-exist with advocacy. Luckily, we can do both, even when we have a distinct preference for one approach over the other. To learn more about the power of inquiry and advocacy, check out How to be more comfortable with...

read more

How to transform your social pains into sustainable gains

Can you relate to being an uncool kid? Being a nerd who was excluded from the in-group was my life growing up. Years later, the song Last One Picked from the Off-Broadway Show Whoop-Dee-Doo! served as my anthem for my childhood memories. Written by my late college...

read more

How to find powerful stories in numbers

My obsessions with journalism and baseball started in junior high. At the time, I had no clue how these two subjects would prepare me for today’s big data age that’s bringing about deeper understanding, especially for targeted improvements. Back then, I defied...

read more

Want to speak like a powerful activist? Adopt these 4 tips

Activists by definition advocate vigorously for their causes. Those who speak regularly take their responsibilities literally. The word advocate comes from the Latin “advocare” – “adding” their “voice.” Speaking out doesn’t always mean speaking well though. So when I...

read more

Learning the benefits of eye contact from a dog

Whether you’re talking to people informally or making a presentation, eye contact helps you increase the impact you make on others. For tips on improving your eye contact, check out Learning the benefits of eye contact from a dog, published by Forbes.com on April 19,...

read more

How to share in my memorable WorkHuman moments

What’s sticky several weeks after WorkHuman 2018 ended? Seven moments are still top of mind. First, some background. WorkHuman -- the concept that you bring your whole self to work -- is more of a movement than a conventional conference. And this movement is growing!...

read more

Why you need to manage energy, not people

What happened when best-selling authors and leadership experts Cy Wakeman, Brené Brown, Tony Schwartz, Simon Sinek, David Rock, Adam Grant, and Shawn Achor convened in Austin last week for WorkHuman? More than 2,000 of us heard their heartfelt convictions, grounded in...

read more

Why you should care about #FactCheckIt

In 2017, April 2 became International Fact-Checking Day. It’s now an annual event, sponsored by the International Fact-Checking Network along with fact-checking organizations around the globe. After hearing that factoid yesterday – April 1, 2018 – while listening to...

read more
FREE Tip Sheet!
Small yet brain-friendly changes to your thinking, conversations, and actions can greatly enhance your results. Make sure you're on the right path with this free tip sheet. You'll also receive the monthly newsletters,Connect's CollectionsandConnect's Creations.

FREE Tip Sheet!

Small yet brain-friendly changes to your thinking, conversations, and actions can greatly enhance your results. Make sure you're on the right path with this free tip sheet. You'll also receive the monthly newsletters,Connect's CollectionsandConnect's Creations.

 

"Want to get better at getting better?" 

Small yet brain-friendly changes to your thinking, conversations,
and actions can greatly enhance your results.

Sign up below to download your free cheat sheet.

You have Successfully Subscribed!