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!...

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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...

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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...

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3 powerful practices to use from the #NeverAgain movement

If you’re paying attention to the #NeverAgain movement, you’re observing history in the making. You also should be able to learn and apply at least three powerful practices from these savvy students about making change happen. As background, within hours of a gunman...

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How to make a positive impact on peers with HAPAAA

“People like me” are often those we trust the most, especially around work issues. Peers share similar experiences and can relate to what we’re doing. And they also often have different perspectives, based on their backgrounds, their skills, and other events that have...

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Why you need conversations to help you learn

My colleagues in Charleston where I now live often ask me to join them at PechaKucha, DISRUPTHR, and similar style of events. They also suggest I speak at them too. Each time, I respectfully decline, explaining that I’m so over this style, especially since it’s the...

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How to role model humility in the smart machine age

Gardening is a better metaphor than chess for effective leadership in today’s environment, according to General Stanley McChrystal, the retired four-star U.S. Army General. In his book Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World, General McChrystal...

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How to weave a web to improve your agility

Human connections with people who are different from you can prompt you to start thinking differently. How do you make those connections to improve your thinking and working agility? Check out this post, How to weave a web to improve your agility, published by...

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