Leadership Development

How Do Values and Mission Fit With Quiet Quitting DEI & Psychological Safety?

Continuing the conversation about Quiet Quitting, DEI and Psychological Safety and ask how are your decisions as a leader aligned with your stated mission? Do you have a mission statement for yourself and/or your team? What about your and/or your team’s values? All the above areas of Quiet Quitting, DEI…

What is the Connection Between Psychological Safety, EDIJ & Quiet Quitting? pt. II

In this weeks Vlog post I start to build the case for understanding and recognizing our own biases and how they are reflected in who we are as a leader. It is a short vlog, but I ask you to answer the question I asked in the previous vlog post,…

What is the Connection Between Psychological Safety, EDIJ & QuietQuitting?

I start a 6-part weekly series on the connection between Psychological Safety, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice, and Quiet Quitting. I ask the question about how bias informs how we as leaders lead. How do these biases have an impact, if any, on Quiet Quitting. John K Whitehead & Associates…

A Lesson from Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield – Leading the Way

One of the better books ostensibly about leadership I have read is Chris Hadfield’s An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth (Random House, 2013). I didn’t start in on it with the expectation that it would enhance my own leadership, but as I often do during “down times,” I picked it up…

Adding A to DEI

Adding accessibility to the DEI conversation – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion should automatically include accessibility shouldn’t it. How accessible is the space you have in your business? What about when you hold activities at your business, think of pizza days… do you think about food allergies, dietary options? What about…