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Political campaigns are a reminder that emotions move people.
Politicians are caught in a huge cauldron of steaming ambiguity.
Yesterday I put myself through a lot of pain. Three separate painful sessions: a dentist appointment, a tattoo session, and watching the first 2020 presidential debate. Here are five takeaways.
Does framing diversity and inclusion as 'good for business' lose sight of the argument for fairness and equity?
The future isn't what it used to be. Join us for an hour to think about how we can think and plan for the future in a way that's meaningful and useful.
You may not have learned anything new about New Zealand's potential Prime Ministers from the debate last night, but we can learn from them as presenters. How did they go against the advice we give in our presentation skills workshops?
Is it possible to overcome unconscious bias with a checklist?
Hilary Bryan, Dinah Vincent, and Kristen Gyorgak
We're looking at the neuroscience of bias, and delving into how our perceptions of people and situations can lead to bias.
Done right, scenario planning isn't a future planning exercise that's then forgotten; it shapes what we're doing today.
Tuesday night's press conference was an exemplar in many ways. Leaders and organisations should be taking notes on how clear, compassionate, and considered this communication was.
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