Things to Read
Published by the Harvard Business Review, this article includes steps you can take to overcoming the difficulties of unexpected change.
Published by WM Consulting, this article looks at the positive spin you can place on change, and ten steps to take to overcome it.
Published by Forbes, this article focuses on ways to tackle change head on.
Published by the Harvard Business Review, this article includes things like practicing acceptance and examining assumptions and expectations.
Published by the Harvard Business Review, read about research done on managers work balance affecting employees.
Published by the Harvard Business Review, this article is similar to the two articles below. It’s about expectations and says “The manner in which you say no is so important”.
Published by the Washington Post, this article is great on how to approach one of those hard topics! Communication is key, as is the approach taken. A must read!
Published by the Harvard Business Review, this is a similar themed article to the one above. Read both and note the similarities and differences on how to approach the topic.
Published by the annual Goal Keepers Data Report, this comes from Bill and Melinda Gates. See what their thoughts are on the direction of poverty and how to continue to improve the human condition.
Published by Equity in the Center, this report and article goes in depth into what they refer to as the Race Equity Cycle where organizations go through different stages; awake, woke, and work. The ultimate goal of which is to have an intentional approach to develop race equity in your organization.
Published by Take the Lead, this article addresses the cycle of negative emotions from the cognitive therapist perspective. An external event comes into our thoughts, which then impacts our emotions, which creates a response, or action. As negative thinking effects the cycle this article addresses how to re-frame your thoughts to decrease the impact of that stinkin’ thinkin’.
Published by the Center for Effective Philanthropy, this article and report narrows in on the ways diversity is relevant to nonprofit organizations’ goals. It answers questions like how are foundations involved in the diversity efforts of grantees, and how would those grantees like their funders to be involved.
Published by the Harvard Business Review and written by Peter Drucker, this article talks about the opportunity that sits before you. All good things come with an amount of responsibility. Read this as Peter helps you unpack your strengths to achieve lasting excellence.