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Jan 19, 2023

After graduating with double degrees in International Relations: Language & Society and German Language, Heather Hansen moved abroad and began working in global environments while speaking a foreign language.

She quickly began to notice that speaking English afforded her a certain level of respect, power and...


Nov 28, 2022

Workplace communication can often give rise to conflict as people intensely share and defend different opinions on topics they are passionate about. When not addressed effectively, these differences of opinion can start to affect how we treat one another.

How do we find common ground so we can start moving...


Nov 14, 2022

The golden rule that you should treat others the way you want to be treated yourself never quite made sense to Julie Pham. What if the way you like to be treated doesn’t quite hit the mark with others?

As CEO and Founder of CuriosityBased and author of 7 Forms of Respect, Julie’s research has redefined the...


Oct 17, 2022

As a teenager who found his way into some pretty dark places over the years, Michael King felt like a misfit. When he began dating the youth pastor’s daughter (yikes!), he somehow found his way to church.

He found a place where he belonged.

Following the footsteps of his youth pastor, he eventually became a...


Oct 3, 2022

According to Marlene Chism, conflict isn’t the problem - mismanagement of conflict is. If you think of almost any conflict you’ve ever had, it can be traced back to a conversation that should have happened but didn't.

As the author of From Conflict to Courage: How to Stop Avoiding and Start Leading, Marlene...