How Organizations Can Support Employees Through This Election

We’re just a few days away from the presidential election, and I’ve been thinking a lot about what that means for organizations that are striving to be anti-racist and anti-oppressive. I’ve seen all kinds of affirmations on social media and in various articles that it’s okay to feel, it’s okay to be overwhelmed, and it’sContinue reading “How Organizations Can Support Employees Through This Election”

Hierarchy: Does it Serve the Work? (1 of 3)

Decentralization has been a hot topic of organizational development for decades, but hierarchy still has a stronghold on management and organizations. With millennials becoming the largest (and most racially diverse) generation in the U.S. workforce, and with a rise in diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, it seems that organizations are finally thinking critically about hierarchy. Continue reading “Hierarchy: Does it Serve the Work? (1 of 3)”

No More Excuses

Hello World,  I’m finally launching my blog after years of putting it off (moment of vulnerability: for fear of failure), and my timing could not be more poignant. Today is my 7th day at home during the coronavirus quarantine. In the last week, we’ve all witnessed unprecedented adaptability. It’s a devastating time, for sure, butContinue reading “No More Excuses”

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