It’s Your Fault They Raised Their Hand

Kylie Quetell Diversity, Innovation, Kylie Quetell, Leadership 3 Comments

You’re sitting in a meeting full of intelligent people (or, at least, people who think they are intelligent). Creative juices are flowing, the conversation is rocking, opinions are being shared, and discussion gets heated. Everyone is taking turns talking, sometimes speaking over each other or cutting people off, but damn – things are getting done. The flow is happening. This …

Snorting Chaos

William Tincup Audacious Ideas, William Tincup

Here’s the call to action: I’d like for you to do four things for me next week: (1) throw out your plan for the week, (2) stop preparing for meetings, (3) purposely procrastinate and (4) ad-lib all your meetings. See, you’re the problem. You and your Trapper Keeper mindset. Your closely held conventions hold you back—the routines that you’ve invested …