Posts Tagged: change

Let Others Take Responsibility for Their Own Mistakes

The fact is, women apologize far more often than men. And we apologize for different reasons, often to convey sympathy rather than responsibility. Care less. Apologize less. Or at least count the number of times you say, “I’m sorry,” compared to your male peers. Let people take responsibilities for their own mistakes. It won’t kill them.

A Cup of Ice

We can’t keep expecting change to magically happen because we’ve come up with the next great “best practice.” Model behavior. It’s that simple.

Change is good. Tough, but good.

The older someone gets, the harder it can be to make room in a life built just the way you like it for new people, new places, new ideas.

Wanted: Cultural Sensitivity

I am proud to recruit for those missions that promote change in the workplace and in our world as we know it. Are you?

Spin Secrets for HR Leaders

The need for women leaders in HR to communicate change is only going to increase in the future. What works well for you?

The Power of One

What if you had the power to change someone’s life for the better?

Why Be Normal?

Is the middle of the road the best place for employees to be or the safest way for HR people to “deal” with them?