When the Turkey’s Been Cut, and You’re Full and Sleepy…

So, thank God I lived to see another Thanksgiving. I spent it quietly with family. Celebrating the purchase of a cousin’s new home, seeing and being aggravating by my brother for the first time in months, and drinking wine with another cousin’s wife, who is now one of my favorite black women on the planet. … Continue reading When the Turkey’s Been Cut, and You’re Full and Sleepy…

Leaders Can Learn a Lot from Working Moms

Motherhood, despite the challenging, multi-faceted, always-on nature of the gig, is not a job we would typically associate with leadership. Worse, when discussed in a workplace context, motherhood is usually a negative. But when I read Moira Forbes’ “7 Leadership Lessons You Can Learn From Working Mothers” this week, I saw things in a whole new light. … Continue reading Leaders Can Learn a Lot from Working Moms

Spontaneity is for Last Minute Gifts, Not Diversity

Periodically I plug the word diversity into Twitter search to see what comes up. I’ve found some great information that way. I’ve also found some things that gave me forehead wrinkles. For instance, I saw this tweet: leen ‏@calucsonil diversity is amazing and representation is important but only when it’s SPONTANEOUS I clicked on the bio info for … Continue reading Spontaneity is for Last Minute Gifts, Not Diversity