Geraldine Carver is an advocate for women's rights and has long been an advocate of gender equality in the workplace. She is a guest contributor to this blog. Being a woman today can be a challenge. While more and more women take to the streets to fight for their rights and as Good Morning America outlines [...]
Embrace movement throughout your day to stimulate your mind and honor your body.
Regardless of your ideological views or political persuasion, these are turbulent times around the world. I’ve noticed a sense of angst, heightened anxiety, and a palpable change in how people treat each other both personally and professionally. It’s time to get back to what distinguishes us as human beings - treating one another with compassion, [...]
Take small steps to clear your space and see mental clarity emerge.
It’s the time of year for cards with red hearts, chocolates, and flowers as Valentine’s Day approaches. It causes anxiety for some who are seeking affection and bliss for others who are celebrating their love with someone special. This Valentine’s Day I encourage you to see it through a different lens. By all means celebrate [...]
Curiosity boosts engagement, creativity and collaboration at work.
Cheryl Heller talks about how social design can reframe the way we think about corporate culture.
A friend shared recently that every seven years she goes through a change that impacts her life and career in new ways. She looks forward to the new lens through which she sees life and embraces the process of transition. The human body is constantly changing at a cellular level so the process of transformation [...]
Nobody likes a fake - earn the trust of others by being real.
Gina Ireland talks about the film project Extraordinary People and the unique strengths people with autism bring to the workforce.