Writer Zach Morgan reflects on the lessons he’s learned during his tenure with Thin Difference. He shares his thoughts on writing and wisdom.
Closing the gaps is a leadership responsibility. With the lack of current leadership to solve problems, future generations will spend time closing gaps.
There are many differences between generations. The biggest threat to creating Common Ground between generations is very fixable though.
A leader’s obligation to the middle needs renewal. Middle managers, middle class, and compromise are vital elements in business and society.
Stick it to the man was an expression of protest against too much power or wrongdoing. Today, it is a meaningless chant for bystanders. Time to encourage upstanders!
Our time is here to reason again and renew our reason. Our loss of reasoning and reason hurts our society and workplace. Time to reason again.
New literacy requirements are upon us to advance our personal leadership. New literacy centers on media, society, and culture.
Having the last word can be intoxicating. How to do we resist the urge to focus on “winning” and instead fight to find common ground?
When you find yourself in an explosive situation involving potentially destructive conversations with difficult people the smart move is to be disarming.
Dealing with difficult people is a challenge none of us can escape. If we’re willing to try, however, there are ways to make it easier.
Would the world be a better place if we all used a little more, “Yes, and…”? Perhaps. Here’s how improv can lead us toward common ground.
Stubbornness is sometimes viewed as a positive leadership trait. It is not. Stubbornness becomes an excuse for self-centered, ineffective leadership.