Here are five articles that have had me thinking over the last few weeks:
How To Run Inclusive Meetings (and Why It Matters)
Why should you care about inclusive meetings?
What if we told you that, according to one study, only 35% of employees report feeling consistently comfortable contributing in meetings?
There’s a stress our brains don’t notice—and it’s burning us out.
Understanding “microstress” might be the key to avoiding burnout
Greater Good Magazine:
Four Lessons From Mediators for Bridging Differences
We can learn to resolve disputes more effectively if we understand the strategies mediators use for overcoming seemingly intractable conflict.
Harvard Business Review:
How to Talk to Your Team About Their Career Development
Career development conversations between managers and their employees often don’t happen until it’s too late — after the employee has already decided to leave the company.
Good Copy, Bad Copy:
Six ways your schoolteachers sabotaged your business writing
Your colleagues and clients are busy people with a hundred different demands on their time. And unlike your teachers they aren’t paid to read your stuff.