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Where our smart people say smart and funny things about IDEA, communications, organizational change, design & other things…
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April 12, 2024

3 Tips for Immigrant Kids Who Want to Be Great Leaders 

As a leadership coach, I’ve had the privilege of working with a number of leaders who grew up as the child of immigrant parents. This upbringing has given…

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April 11, 2024

How Managers Can Manage Conflict Better and Build Trust

Being a manager can be a lonely experience. You’re often promoted without much training or support. You’re figuring things out as you go. Your success is dependent on…

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April 2, 2024

The Secret to Building a Healthy Remote Work Culture in Polarizing Times

Trust is at an all-time low. Trust in government, trust in the media, trust in science, trust in the medical system, and even consumer trust in your brand.…

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October 4, 2023

Inclusive Fundraising Appeals: Using Your Power for Good!

Money is powerful.  By powerful, I don’t mean necessarily corrupt or abusive. Too often, power and abuse get intertwined, but it’s important to separate them out because power…

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July 11, 2023

The Complexity of Equity in Remote Work

“We need to bring people back to the office!” “Remote work is more equitable!” Chances are a leader in your organization has proclaimed one of these statements recently.…

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May 16, 2023

The 4 Factors of a Visually Accessible Brand Identity

What do pizza and accessibility have in common?  They’re both social and cultural necessities.  And yet… Domino’s Pizza made both completely unattainable when it violated federal law by…