A decade ago, I entered the world of e-learning. In the early days, I wrote the way I spoke: eloquent, yet informal. After years of writing in this manner, I was informed that I would have to change. The corporate world had no place for informal writing. We were speaking to C-levels and vice presidents… Read more Professionalism
Last week, I experienced euphoria – legit, an entire high – reading a lesson in the Shift Nudge by Matt Smith course about how to organize project folders. A mainstay in my writing about my work is not ever being really certain on what I should do or do next. Trying to use Trello as… Read more Systems Thinking
If the law itself means to do violence against me for existing, we can upend that while we’re at it. It has been done thousands of times over thousands of years.
It’s been about six years now since this entry and I feel like I’ve not taken a single step anywhere but deeper into how much of a problem this is. For example, this entry on Charleston. Not one step. For all of the bodies we leave behind, we haven’t gotten past hashtags, black squares on… Read more Google This First
It’s been about 24 hours since I’ve gotten a work message related to diversity resources. In 48 hours from now, I’ll have a meeting to discuss my thoughts on the workplace in general. I’m tired. During my meeting yesterday, I talked to a lovely lady from HR who asked what I had learned after talking… Read more Workplace Diversity in Dire Times