These four ingredients will provide you as a leader with simple, straightforward foundations in your efforts to be more intentional around how to create more connected teams.
Tips from a facilitator and community builder to improve your conflict literacy.
We don’t talk enough about grief. The fact that the culture of most workplaces after losing a loved one is a few days off (if you’re lucky) and a return to productivity is woefully inadequate.
Community nourishment, whether in the form of actual food or another offering, is something we all need to feel full.
I’m thinking about how we need more “us” because it is abundantly clear that the pandemic exacerbated isolation and shone a spotlight on loneliness. However, it is also clear that it didn’t invent them; and that its end won’t eliminate them. We need to do that.
We need ritual. It connects us to our people, and to ourselves. At its best ritual holds us in our goodbyes and ushers us into joy as we stand in the doorways of new beginnings.