The kindest, most generous take on the brouhaha surrounding Rachel Dolezal — the former head of the Spokane NAACP chapter who resigned after allegedly lying about her race — came from filmmaker Lacey Schwartz. She said it spoke to how much we want to talk about race and racial identity in this country. The thing… Read more »
The flip side of the “jobless recovery” is increased stress for those who still have jobs. Workers are being asked to do more with fewer resources than ever before. There is a disconnect between what employees need and what employers think they need. Incivility is epidemic. Share
Someone with deep interest in diversity and inclusion, but who doesn’t work directly in the field, recently posed a question about a diversity paradigm. Here’s one answer, and more questions.
Behavioral psychologists sometimes did odd things but contributed mightily to our understanding of how people learn and what factors influence behavior. Here are three ideas for easing workplace tensions.