I think many a public speaker would do well to remember Seth’s questions here about using a tool like PowerPoint: “Overall question: Who is this presentation for? And the follow-up: What change are we seeking to make? If you’re not … Read More
A little over a week ago, I came clean on my other blog, and social media. I admitted that I’m just really not OK.
If you’ve read the post, then you also know that when I mention mental health stigma, I’m not really talking about what happened with my workplace. No, that was exactly what I would want to happen. But, what I noticed was what happened kind of out in public, after the fact.… Read More
Lots of interesting stuff in this article about what Pew has found when it comes to how we are working now, and what it might look like in the future. How the Coronavirus Outbreak Has – and Hasn’t – Changed … Read More
This is an important thing to remember: “One of the major problems with complex jargon is that it makes the listener or reader feel isolated, like they “don’t belong” in the conversation. So they walk away feeling less interested and … Read More
I would slightly disagree with David’s headline here, I don’t believe you should “wing” any instruction, but I digress. What is true, is that there are very few people who’ve done online instruction, especially with video on, often enough to … Read More
Specifically, as this article points out, companies seem to think they’re doing a bang-up job support their employees during all of this forced work from home stuff, and pandemic fears, but employees don’t seem to agree: Nearly three-quarters of managers … Read More
You would think, after everything we’ve been through this year with COVID-19, racial justice issues, a dysfunctional election, and natural disasters, maybe, just maybe this wouldn’t still be the case, but I’m afraid for many workers, this is totally true: … Read More