Blog - Thought Leadership

There are things that need to be said and done that can help leaders. Here is where my colleagues and I share what we are learning through words—theirs and mine—spoken and written.
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  • Bridging The Gap
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  • Education and History
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  • All
  • Bridging The Gap
  • Business Leadership
  • Confronting Racism
  • Education and History
  • Gender Equality

Do You Suffer from Acquired Male Answer Syndrome? I Do.

Life (and Work) is Not a Game of Jeopardy, So Let’s Not Play It. I bet some of you have met people like me when ...
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America’s Best Business Strategy

AMERICA’S  BEST BUSINESS STRATEGY: DEI The Parable of RMI: First, a little background…The Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) was founded in 1982 as a 501c-3 non-profit ...
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Ageism by an Ageist

“If each of us lives long enough, we will all feel at least one form of systemic disadvantage or discrimination in our lifetimes, and that’s ...
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Let’s Talk About Tyre Nichols

The Murder of Tyre Nichols and Systemic Racism in America Racism in the U.S. is systemic, meaning it is baked into the structures, policies, and ...
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Settling for Hope Over Committment

Is DEI Training Doing More Harm than Good? This op-ed piece by Jesse Singal in The New York Times appeared today and before I had ...
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My MLK Day

What does Martin Luther King day mean to you? Do you have practices or habits for how you recognize the day or any of the ...
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