IN PRACTICE: Mutuality

Contributed by Fully Alive in Practice 90-Minute process for onboarding new team members, designed for mutuality When I joined a new team, my director reached out to welcome me in

Can’t Make You Love Me If You Don’t

What it means to work for others instead of work with others As a candidate for a local office, new to politics, your message is so important and helpful as

Director’s Cut: You Can Call Me [THIS]

Be more interested in what you discover than what is told. Photo by Joeyy Lee on Unsplash After reading your piece about your tiredness and what that is about for

Together, Again

Good times we’ll share again, but until then we’re so tired (oh so tired) I am so tired. I could say that and just end the column. It could be

Director’s Cut: Freedom, Freedom, Where Are You?

When we’re defensive, we’re isolating ourselves instead of working together. Photo by K. Mitch Hodge on Unsplash Meghan, really? You never Googled The Palace? You’re telling me you looked at the story of

You Just Don’t Argue Anymore

Meghan and Harry's Oprah interview is a case study in knowing when to leave a job. “Should I quit?” Whether it’s phrased that way or not, it’s probably the #1

Director’s Cut: How Come?

There is no single yardstick of goodness, so let’s stop trying to be “merit-based.” Photo by Diana Polekhina on Unsplash Last week, you wrote to a Highly Sensitive Person and effectively said, they should find

Did You Disappoint Me?

Notice who you’re listening to, because context shapes your capacity to add value. Photo by Brooke Lark on Unsplash Q: I want to show up to work as my authentic self, but I


Leadership is its own love language, when you work from “we” not “I” constructs. Photo by Hudson Hintze on Unsplash Dear Nilofer, I read last week’s column about finding my path of power and I