Workplace: Clarity

While in and observing public, private, and not-for-profit meetings, we all witness a wide range of clarity. From unclear meeting agendas to poor-thinking meeting chairs; from rambling questions and responses to all out conflict; and from groups lacking decision making skills to failure to accomplish work between meetings – all these scenarios can be improved. We can all learn to listen better, think more clearly, and then to participate with clarity in our processes.

Workplace: Pacing

Pacing ourselves as the year winds down is important for workplace and life-at-home wellbeing too. Time to enjoy each other and gatherings is here. Whether at work, or at home, slow down long enough to really see the people around you, to enjoy a conversation, a board game, a meal together, or a night out. Reconnecting moments feed our own souls and our collective humanity.

Workplace: Explore

Without exploration, new inventions would not become saleable products. Without exploration, new places to live would not be found. Without exploration, everything stays the same.
With exploration, new products and services can come into existence. With exploration, new places and new ways to live are found. With exploration, the things that benefit from evolving can evolve; can change as is needed and fitting.