Lay the foundation for a solid connection. If you are interested in connecting with another person authentically, use one of
Rediscovering “Being In-Person” by relearning our human connections is now in process.
https://jryanpartners.com/about/A conversation with Jerome Deroy, CEO Narativ and Julienne B. Ryan The revolving door in our workplaces looked more like
May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month which makes it the ideal time to share that Queens, New York has the
65,000 people came together virtually to sing for the Wellerman Project. This is a wonderful, uplifting example of community engagement
What’s My Learned It In Queens Lessons? 1. First, find a smart, creative person who engages in deep listening when you need to solve a problem
2. Listen to their suggestions and give their ideas a chance to percolate. In other words, trust that they know what they are doing.
3. Don’t pick up the phone or fire off an email saying “Whatareyakiddingme?”when you think you’ve been “misheard.”
4. Instead, give yourself and your resource the gift of the pause.
5. Chances are you’ve gotten some great advice, but your brain needs time to process the information.
6. Then say the words that any creative consultant loves to hear “ Thank you” and “You were right and so on point.”
“African – American Musicians from Queens, New York – Their musical legacy has been striking chords for generations.”
In honor of Black History Month, I decided to follow my book’s guidance about ” be curious and take time
The dance craze “Jeruselema” teaches us a great lesson about human connection.