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6 Tips For An Inclusive Organizational Culture

A passionate and rich discussion followed about the proactive steps that can be taken to ensure organizations build cultures with positive values and attributes, including: Invite the right people to meetings – diversity of people leads to diversity of ideas … Continue reading

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Diversity

“I believe women not just in the United States but throughout the world deserve equality and freedom but know I am in no position to tell women of other cultures what that equality and freedom should look like.” ― Roxane Gay … Continue reading

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Ability To Work In a Team

Students think leadership is the second most important skill after creativity, but employers prefer they would focus on improving their ability to work in a team. The gap between importance and satisfaction is smaller here. There are plenty of opportunities … Continue reading

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Personal Style

“Personal style is basically just illustrating what’s on the inside, outwardly. My style is very eclectic, which matches my personality, and I think it communicates to others that I am open to experiences and experimenting but have a solid sense … Continue reading

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Real Life Cooking

Cooking a meal is about much more than nourishment. Cooking  is a gesture of generosity and even love that can be felt and tasted. Introducing kids to favorite family dishes or recipes that have been passed down allows us to … Continue reading

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