How to honor your priorities; 3 tips from a working dog

How to honor your priorities; 3 tips from a working dog

@Marcelthetherapydog loves his “device.” Granted, it’s a helpful – even necessary – work tool, a la the smart phones, watches and other devices we humans rely on. Yet, like many of us humans, Marcel is prone to give his device top priority, favoring the immediate...

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Why it’s about gaslighting, not the nail

Why it’s about gaslighting, not the nail

If we want men and women to work together in an environment that feels safe and inclusive for everyone, we’ve got to collectively address uneven power dynamics and polarizing gender rhetoric. That's one of the reasons why gaslighting, whether intentional or...

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How to use liminal space for growth and development

How to use liminal space for growth and development

When was the last time you found yourself in a liminal space? Liminal is from the Latin “limen,” which translates into “threshold.” Literally, liminal space is the doorway between one space and another. Figuratively, individuals can be in a liminal space when they’re...

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Want to be better at collaboration? Take care of your brain

Want to be better at collaboration? Take care of your brain

How well do you collaborate? Collaboration is a valuable skill much in demand these days. Two or more heads are better than one to deal with the vast complexity, uncertainty and quantity of work as well as the diverse stakeholders we face. Agreeing on what...

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Escape from Groundhog Day and help the human herd

Escape from Groundhog Day and help the human herd

Welcome to Groundhog Day – the measles version. We’re repeating a dangerous situation from just four years ago in a more extreme fashion. Back in February 2015, I wrote a blog post How to protect the herd about a measles outbreak. People were already becoming more...

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Why it’s about gaslighting, not the nail

Why and how to switch from competitive to collaborative talk

Want to encourage more collaboration among individuals at work? Watch your words! Your language should be cooperative, not competitive, and certainly not violent. The latter is common in "winner take all" cultures, which are less than ideal for both men and women. It...

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5 ways to boost your confidence

5 ways to boost your confidence

“I need more confidence.” “If I could be more confident, I’d be more successful.” “We women shouldn’t complain about our lack of confidence; instead, we should just follow that advice to ‘fake it ‘till we make it’.” These are common themes I’ve heard from women at...

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How to be relevant while privileged

How to be relevant while privileged

“I rise to a point of personal privilege.” That sentence was my first formal exposure to privilege back in high school. I was clueless about the broader definition, even though I was a beneficiary. While personal privilege is an archaic practice for meetings today, it...

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