The Climate of the Remote Workplace in the Era of COVID-19

The Climate of the Remote Workplace in the Era of COVID-19

By Shane Lloyd and Adriana Rojas | May 18, 2020 We are living during an unprecedented, historic pandemic and our prior experiences limit our capacity to effectively address these sudden changes. This collective trauma is altering the way we live and relate to our...
Leading In Times of Crisis

Leading In Times of Crisis

By Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale | May 13, 2020 “The ultimate measure of a [human being] is not where [they] stand in moments of comfort and convenience, but where [they] stand at times of challenge and controversy.” — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr “How do I lead a...
Developing Empathy through Experiential Training

Developing Empathy through Experiential Training

By Kimberly (Rattley) Dailey | April 2, 2019 Many people are familiar with unconscious bias and how it can negatively impact our workplaces and communities. However, the capability of defining unconscious bias doesn’t necessarily translate into demonstrable action....
Social Strategies for Your D&I Initiatives

Social Strategies for Your D&I Initiatives

By Natanya Khashan | January 22, 2019 In our last blog post on diversity and inclusion (D&I) and social media, we went through a checklist for an inclusive social media presence. This week, we explore different ways you can use social media platforms to actually...