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16
Jun

Where Leadership Meets Allyship

Consider some of these tips to create more psychological safety for LGBTQ+ team members: Consider what assumptions you might be making about your team memebers. A recent study by the Human Rights Campagin found that 46% of LGBTQ workers in the US are closeted at work. Don’t make the mistake of failing to be concious of your language and behavior

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13
May

Leading Through Burnout

As mentioned last week, organizations are facing a burnout crisis. A recent Gallup study suggested that as many as two thirds of employees are experiencing burnout – employees who, as a result, are less confident, less energized, more likely to call out, and more likely to be actively looking for a different job. ​The good news is that great leadership

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11
Mar

What do Spring and Vaccines have in Common?

Recently, I have noticed a bit of a spring in my step (pun intended). Here in Raleigh, NC, the weather has started to warm up and the daffodils are blooming – the first sign I always notice that we’re on the cusp of spring. ​ At the same time, more and more states are opening up wider vaccine distribution groups.

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3
Mar

There is No Such Thing as Multitasking

I wanted to try something new! Watch my video above on multitasking, and then check out a few of these helpful resources for more information on the drawbacks to multitasking and how you can avoid the temptation. ​ The low down: ​ “There’s no such thing as multitasking. As multiple studies have confirmed, true multitasking—doing more than one task at

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