Last week, I read HBR’s article “Good Leadership Is About Asking Good Questions” and thought “Look at that, John Hagel
Last year we all became Zoom aficionados as COVID-19 life propelled us to seek virtual options to connect with each other. We figured out how to adjust lighting, volume, camera placement, and stage backgrounds. We even discovered that Zoom had created a “touch up appearance” option which, depending on the setting could enable us to smooth out a few edges or give the appearance that we were wrapped in a gauzy mist.
I started to realize that Queens had not only given me my unique speaking voice, but it had also influenced
my interpersonal style.
Raphael Harry is on a mission to celebrate and share African immigrant stories. He believes that listening to other’s backstories
Some stories are best described with pictures. Photographer Eric Pickergill shares his thoughts in this compelling montage. He gives us
Do you want to build a strong team? Practice the art of listening. Building trust and engagement starts with learning