A COVID-19 version of the G.I. Bill could give everyone a path to build up their skills for the future and, ultimately, to build a better working world.
Because of COVID-19, citizens in Northern India are seeing the Himalayas due to reduced air pollution for the first time in 30 years.
As hard as it is right now, don’t be afraid to channel your optimism and do what you can do to prepare for or lean into that scenario now.
It’s good to have a plan, but it’s also good to avoid getting fixated on one version of success. Plan everyday to reinforce who you are.
We’ve just conducted the most rapid, large-scale test of global remote work ever. Now is the time for all of us to be more human.
Communities are setting up funds to help those out of work, who are food insecure, who lack child care. Now is the time to dig deep and help.
We are being challenged to manage anxiety as effectively as possible. Here are five tips that so far are helping me maintain perspective.
I realize now that, by not parenting out loud as a leader prior to WeSpire, I blew an opportunity to be a parent role model.
When such a shocking event occurs, what do you do as a friend or colleague? If it happens at your own workplace, what can you do as a leader?
I turned 50 this week. I am celebrating, but it has also prompted reflection on what the next fifty years might be like.
When we use all of our senses to experience something, we can figure out ways to improve it. Which is why we need to get out of the office.
I completed “Dry January,” a choice to be temporarily sober. What I learned is we need to rethink the role alcohol plays in the workplace.