Career
I once interviewed candidates for the role of executive director of a major nonprofit organization. This nonprofit concerned itself with several key areas, among them the healthcare, arts and culture, and education, and it was seeking a leader who possessed exceptional listening and relationship-building skills. The executive director also had to manage a very close
Career
Given the sheer volume of our electronic communications daily, you would think by now everyone would have basic email etiquette down: be polite; get your message across clearly and quickly; and do not forward emails that say nasty things about people, because eventually those people will see them. And yet. So here it is, folks:
Civility
She was in her mid-thirties and stepped onto the elevator last, rushing in just as the doors were about to close. It was the end of the work day, so the elevator was crowded, everyone just wanting to get 28 floors down, off, and out into their lives. As the doors closed she swung around