I was at a conference recently, listening to a panel of CEO’s talk about their leadership experience. One of them was talking about how she’d pulled her team together in a time of crisis. She highlighted the common victim mentality we’re all familiar with, and how there was no room for that in this crisis. […]
I hear a lot of companies and teams talk about silos in their workplaces. Members of the same team sometimes work totally independently of one another and don’t share information. Teams work independently from one another and don’t share information. It can feel like the right hand doesn’t know what the left hand is doing.
Somehow, my youngest child will reach the age of 17 next week. There have been many moments when I never thought we’d get here, for various reasons. He’s had some medical challenges, and I’ve had some patience challenges along the way. But as I write this, I feel like a walking (or sitting) cliché as
Have you heard (mostly white) people use the phrase “I don’t see color” when referring to racial discrimination? Like with so many things we learn to say, the intentions behind using that phrase are usually good. The person saying it is most often trying to communicate that they don’t consider themselves to be biased against