Anger rises, stifling collaboration. We need more sadness and less anger. From our sadness, we renew our focus on fulfillment rather than happiness.
Is it really possible for two people to go from constantly frustrating each other to becoming friends? That’s the power of building common ground.
It can be difficult to live “wild and free.” Writer Heidi Oran challenges us, no matter our circumstances, to make our world a life-filled setting.
As leaders, it is our responsibility to advocate, and inspire others to advocate, for equity as a strategic investment. Parental leave is a wise investment.
Prompted by a challenge to define her argument style, writer Maya James found herself contemplating exactly why finding common ground can be so difficult.
To be an effective leader as a Common Grounder, developing a higher ground mindset and approach is essential. A combination of common ground and higher ground make a positive impact.
We’ve been conditioned to believe that “finding your calling” is the ultimate career goal. So how do we find something we care enough about to give everything we have to achieve that goal?
The new ROI is return on intelligence. Hiring smart talent is key, but we need smart people with the right character to get the right return.