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February 25, 2021

The Lost Art of Conducting Intentional Interviews

If you've been around a toddler lately, you are likely aware of their go-to question - "why?". Can you blame them? It's a good question.…
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February 4, 2021

Write for Your Audience Not Yourself – Using Job Descriptions to Widen Your Talent Pool

Context Clues  Context is everything. Words carry weight because of their context.  This explains why opening up a letter not addressed to you does not…
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January 21, 2021

Who are the Decision-Makers? What Politics Teaches Us About Diversity

Who makes the decisions in politics? The answer to this question can mean a world of difference for everyone involved. Highly concentrated decision-making power spells…
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January 7, 2021

More Than a Marketing Tactic – How Surface-Level Diversity Efforts Hurt Our Workplaces

Lessons Learned  Companies have been pushed, like never before, to take a stance on racial diversity. 2020 was filled with statements, acknowledgments, and open conversations…
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December 17, 2020

Shrinking Our Blind Spots

As humans, we are boundedly rational. This means that we cannot think of every option or solution when faced with a choice. Technology allows us…
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December 3, 2020

How Simple Questions Can Breed Discrimination

Caste Discrimination  The caste system in South Asian societies is one of the oldest and most institutionalized forms of discrimination. A recent episode of NPR's…
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November 19, 2020

Making Decisions on Purpose

We all have different reactions when faced with making decisions. We might feel overwhelmed by choices or fearful of making the wrong decision. Excitement or…
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November 5, 2020

Transforming Your Workforce During a Time of Scarcity

Abundance or Scarcity When faced with a downturn in any area of life, we tend to conserve and seek to hold on to what we…
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