- RT @WernerErhardsFr: "The power of taking one’s self to be constituted by one’s word becomes even clearer when examined in light of the fac… 23 hours ago
- RT @alexdgreenfield: @amyklobuchar Rare pic of Senator Klobuchar making her way to this morning's first event. https://t.co/HRfL9R31Ma 1 day ago
- RT @amyklobuchar: Good idea but they wouldn’t allow snowmobiles on I-35W...But we did drive down to Des Moines last night in the middle of… 1 day ago
- RT @WernerErhardsFr: One’s word to one’s self is a critical part of one’s word. By not being serious when we give our word to ourselves, we… 1 week ago
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Category Archives: Leadership
This article, “How to be gracious,” in Esquire reminds me of how much I love this word. Whenever I am feeling stingy or the little voice in my head is coming up with “small-minded” thoughts about someone, I can shake … Continue reading
This TedX talk by one of my Journalism and Women Symposium colleagues is a great example of powerful communication. Megan Kamerick offers a fresh perspective on a long-running issue in the journalism world. Definitely worth 9 minutes. Congratulations, Megan!
10 Good Reasons Not to Trust Your Brain These brain patterns get in the way of creating clear, empowering communication.