Last week we identified 3 ways to help you manage the strain of change. Today we are sharing some other ideas that may speak to you.
This week we’ve been talking about the importance EQ and CQ in being a successful leader. We found some resources that are helpful in understanding the importance of these abilities.
Recently, we shared a link to a TedX about cultural intelligence. A number of you have asked why we feel it’s important and how it differs from emotional intelligence.
Today, we’re sharing some resources to help you think about the impact you may have vs the intent behind it
As our nation starts to look at systemic racism, we’re being asked as individuals and organizations to consider our behaviors through a new lens and we’re hearing people say, “That wasn’t my intent.”
To support you in thinking about the positive outcomes of expanding your world, we’ve compiled a few resources for you.
Today, we want to talk about a simple way to expand your world. To be clear, simple isn’t always easy but this exercise lets you start where you are.
To help you in understanding the concept of intersectionality, we’re sharing three resources that we’ve found helpful.
This week, we’re talking about intersectionality – those places where two or more aspects of you come together to create an even more complex identity.
Today, we’re sharing another simple, but powerful, exercise to get you thinking about who you are and how you define yourself in your life and work.