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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  • All
  • Bridging The Gap
  • Business Leadership
  • Confronting Racism
  • Education and History
  • Gender Equality

Disagree with Someone at Work? Try Having a “Gap Conversation”

“Gap Conversation” (noun) Definition: A high stakes conversation where you and someone with whom you have and want to maintain a positive relationship discuss what ...
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Moral Outrage and the Algorithm – Two Small (But Mighty) Steps

In the first article of this blog series, I talked about how some families in my hometown of Bend, Oregon are “quiet quitting” public schools ...
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Lowering the Walls that Divide Us

Two weeks ago,  I talked about my hometown of Bend, Oregon and the silent move over 1,000 families have taken to pull their kids out ...
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Here’s Why Some Families Are “Quiet Quitting” Public School

This story is part 1 of a 3 part series. In my hometown of Bend, Oregon, the Bend-La Pine school district is experiencing an unusual ...
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Leading and Sponsoring the DEI&B Journey: Four Experiences That Help Leaders Get There

“You’ve got my support—whatever you need,” the CEO of the company proclaimed. That’s the sort of statement we would want to hear from a CEO—whatever ...
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IS THE GRASS REALLY BLUE? Why Challenging the Anti-CRT Lobby Is Worth It

If the assertions of the anti-Critical Race Theory lobby are largely baseless distortions of reality, then doesn’t defending critical race theory and addressing baseless claims ...
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