Blame my biased brain. Back in December 2019 I made a bad decision that cost me money, time and my self-respect. The consequences of my bad decision didn’t hit me until last fall. That’s probably because it took several months for the full adverse effects of my poor...
“Check your ego at the door.” This expression reminds us to switch the focus from ourselves to the bigger picture and purpose, especially when participating in meetings. How about adopting a companion phrase that we can repeat when we begin meetings as well as...
Are assumptions and biases different or are assumptions based on biases? When a colleague recently asked me this via email, I paused. Hardly what I was expecting. The pause was useful on two fronts. First, it made me stop and wonder, rather than continuing on...
Got jerks at work? Learn some tips for how you can deal with competent jerks with less strain and stress in this video of Liz Guthridge speaking to the Charleston Digital Corridor. (As for incompetent jerks, please do your best to avoid them.)
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