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Sep 20, 2021

“When is that moment when [my] brain goes to shaming, blaming, defensiveness, victimization, patronization, persecution?”

According to Denise Cooper, Founder and CEO of Remarkable Leadership Lessons, the key to stepping out of the repetitive cycles of shame and blame we’ve been socialized to engage in is...


Sep 6, 2021

From the time Emily Melious was a college student, she recognized how rarely people ended up finding themselves in fulfilling careers.  As she got into the workforce, she noticed how often the roles into which people were hired weren’t necessarily the best fit for either the individual or the organization.

As a...


Aug 23, 2021

Why is it that somewhere between childhood and adulthood, many of us start to shift away from our playful nature and into a more serious business persona?

That whole “acting like a real adult” thing starts to take up more and more space. Until we suddenly find ourselves disconnected from the fun, playful parts of...


Aug 9, 2021

What’s the most important thing needed to lead with your values, conscience, and ethics in the workplace?

According to Richard Shell, senior faculty member and Chair of the Legal Studies and Business Ethics department at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, it’s developing a habit of speaking as a...


Jul 26, 2021

Since we were kids, we’ve been told that honesty is the best policy.  Kids certainly have no problem telling us exactly what is on their minds.

And yet, somewhere along the way, the notion of the little white lie gets normalized. 

Through his research and 30 year track record as Co-Founder and Managing Partner at...