Courage Over Comfort: Rumbling with Shame, Accountability, and Failure at Work
I think the people who wade into discomfort and vulnerability and tell the truth about their stories are the real badasses in this world.
This is especially true of people who rumble with failure. These are people who choose courage over comfort, accountability over blame, and are able to embed key learnings from failures into their lives.
For early interviews about the rising strong process, I was able to meet with Andrew—a senior leader at a successful advertising agency and a total badass.
I recognized some of myself in his story, and I think you might, too.
Read the entire story from Brene’ Brown and follow Brene’ @breneebrown
The Gift of Compassionate Communication
If innovation is the engine of the knowledge economy, creative problem solving is the fuel.
While excellence in writing, design, communication and critical thinking are still in demand, when employers are asked what they would like to see in our students, creative problem solving rises to the top.
Can we teach creative problem solving? Is it a skill that can be learned? Is it nature or nurture? How do we train a new generation of leaders and problem solvers?
Read the entire article from Dr. Prabu David, Dean of the College of Communication Arts & Sciences at Michigan State University and follow him @prabudavid
Have you ever been confronted by something you wrote, texted or tweeted? If you haven’t you’re probably in the minority. I’m sure you realize that everything you text, email, snap and tweet become part of your digital footprint and many times can’t ever truly be permanently erased. Sure, you can delete the tweet, but someone could have […]