Blog Category: Leadership

Uncovering Unconscious Bias in Today’s Workplace with Annette Gregg

Traditional approaches to promoting diversity in the workplace have centered on addressing discriminatory conduct, but what about bias and unfair systems, practices and habits that we may not even be aware of?

Biases help us make sense of the millions of pieces of data that we encounter daily. It is a normal …

Email 101: Back to Basics

It’s a technological phenomenon–the more we are on our phones, the more we forget the basics. In today’s world, many of us spend the majority of our day outside of the office. This leads to quick replies, scattered emails, and broken conversations. Even in front of a desktop, you may …

The Power of Saying, “No”

Have you ever felt like a rubber band about to snap?  From time to time, we all have this feeling.  It stems from never wanting to offend someone and to be there for everyone because “they need you.” You might have too much on your plate to take on another …

The Five Energies of Design for Meeting Professionals

Feng Shui combines design psychology with Eastern philosophy. The result is interior design with powerful intention. Working – and playing – with the tools and principles of Feng Shui can help you create extraordinary events surrounded by incredible memories. Basically, anyone can create any ol’ setting. However, with a little …

Curiosity: Your Secret Weapon

One of the casualties of an overworked business environment is intellectual curiosity. With tighter budgets, shorter timelines, and fewer staff many of us are just trying to stay on top of our responsibilities so innovation and discovery seem like luxuries we can’t afford. Let the next team reinvent the annual …