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Addressing Diversity Through Listening
Monday, 3 May, 2021
Addressing Diversity Through Listening

Diversity is vital, yet often difficult to attain due to barriers of communication and biases, making assimilation complicated.

Assumptions: Why being right is wrong
Monday, 18 Jan, 2021
Assumptions: Why being right is wrong

While researching my book What? I discovered that when listening to others, we naturally assume we understand what’s meant and don’t question that

Do We Forget Our Values With ‘Different’ People?
Monday, 16 Nov, 2020
Do We Forget Our Values With ‘Different’ People?

By any standards, I’m considered successful. A NYTimes bestselling author of 9 books, an inventor and

Listening Biases: How Influencers Unwittingly Restrict Possibilities
Monday, 25 May, 2020
Listening Biases: How Influencers Unwittingly Restrict Possibilities

Do you enter conversations to listen for what will confirm your assumptions?

Resolving Unconscious Bias
Monday, 27 Apr, 2020
Resolving Unconscious Bias

Our biases have been developed through the stories of our lives. From birth, our parent’s beliefs become part of our unconscious, very personal, ecosystem; the cultural norms of our youth create our habits, behaviors, and identity; the schools we attend or the gangs we join introduce us to the way our

The Cost of Perceived Wisdom: how normalized thinking restricts Search and exposes us
Monday, 16 Dec, 2019
The Cost of Perceived Wisdom: how normalized thinking restricts Search and exposes us

In 1996 my sister called to say she’d made an online purchase. I was surprised: in those early days it was not only difficult to search for anything on the new internet, there wasn’t much to search for.