Surprising nuances of building an inclusive culture (how I’m still learning)
As a leader, I had been acutely aware of making sure that no one felt marginalized based on their race or ethnicity, but I hadn't been as consistently deliberate about how socioeconomic differences, among others, might also impact how people feel and relate to each other day-to-day.
Closing top talent when you’re cash poor
After minimum financial needs have been met, it becomes about tapping into a candidate's values and motivations, and this is where I see companies constantly fall short: Companies fail to effectively sell the opportunity to the candidate.
What Rosh Hashanah reminded me about team dynamics
This evening is the beginning of the Jewish New Year, otherwise known as Rosh Hashanah. Growing up, the holidays in my house were festive and important. We took time off from school and work, we gathered together in large groups of family and friends over multiple course meals, and we also got dressed up.
“Working remotely, at least some of the time, is almost everyone’s dream.”