Unlearning silence is an ongoing process.
Here are conversations and resources to support your journey.
The Dangers of Silence
If silence is the key to mindfulness and considered golden, why would there be negative impacts? Elaine explores the dangers of silence.
How Racialized Women Unlearn Silence
Women are too often told they are the problem. Our cultures, communities, and workplaces tell us to stay silent. So what are we to do?
Re-nurturing Our Voices
When people around you tell you – implicitly or explicitly – that your voice doesn’t matter, it becomes all the more important to nurture your voice.
How to Find Your Authentic Voice at Work
Workplaces are built to prioritize certain voices and silence others. How do you find (and use) your own voice at work?
Leaders, Get Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable
Opportunity for learning and growth hides in the perspectives we don’t want to hear. Don’t stop at the convenient truth, seek out, embrace, and engage the inconvenient. It can be key to supercharging your own learning.
How To Get Employees To Speak Up
Confronting Racism And Sexism Requires Us To Unlearn Silence
To unlearn silence, I need to speak up. I need to voice concern to those in power rather than just venting to friends and allies. I need to own the power I have and be willing to incur the costs to be heard. I need to give the feedback and challenge others to own their complicity.
3 Strategies For Supervising In Uncertain Times
Supervising people is hard. These days many of us are doing all of this from a distance, in a time that is as unpredictable as we’ve ever seen.
3 Myths About Employee Feedback
Lots of us claim to love feedback and others have conflicted relationships with it. Why is it that despite all the effort, analysis, and innovation around feedback solutions, most teams have yet to crack the code?
Learning While Leading: The Digital Leadership Challenge
Leading amidst a digital revolution requires leaders to think differently about strategy, investment, culture — and most importantly, about themselves.
Make It Make Sense
Many of us have mixed reactions to personality assessments – particularly when they are used in hiring and employment decisions. Whatever your opinion on the instrument itself, there are ways to turn the results into opportunities for learning and growth.
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A paradigm-shifting book looking at the negative impact of silence and how we can begin to dismantle it in order to use our voices at home and at work.