Sarah Judd Welch, a friend and colleague, reminded me I’ve not been writing much on my blog for the last few months and shouldn’t I be? I wrote her back to say that, actually, I have no spare energy to write. The last 20 weeks I’ve been all consumed with a bathroom remodel project and More
Culture and leadership aren’t just two important aspects of the game – they are the game.
Most jobs today are scoped in such a way they’ll be easily replaced by artificial intelligence. I remember being slightly nauseous when I learned that 60% of US jobs and 80% of global jobs require zero decision-making, judgment, or creativity. Zero. It’s shocking to think of. But then look at an everyday experience of interacting More
When I walked up to the registration desk, the people there seemed, I don’t know… almost disappointed to see my check-in. Not long after, I was standing next to the 3×4’ sign with my face on it as the closing keynote speaker when I heard a conference attendee say, “I don’t know her; I’m going to go More
Earlier this week, the London School of Economics and Political Science shared a Q&A that we worked on together about how to scale ideas through networks. While all of the questions were on point, this one stuck out: You talk a lot about trust and integrity as important to get people to work towards a More
Have question? Feel free to share in response to my bi-weekly newsletter. I’ll pick one periodically to post here. From Sue M.: With innovation being such a hot topic, what do you think about actually making real innovation happen at the speed my clients expect? I find I have to strike a balance on change More
Around this time last year, my son was coming home with some really (!) disappointing grades. It was driving my husband and I a little crazy cause we knew he was more than capable of acing the work. (Ex: He would do the homework but neglect to turn it in. He would ace the test More