Why True Empathetic Leadership Is Empowering Mentorship
Maintaining effective leadership is important to everyone, but being an effective leader can sometimes be confused with being friends with or well-liked by employees.
How Corporations Use Greenwashing to Convince You They Are Battling Climate Change
Many corporations claim their products are “green-friendly.”
In Shopify Support, Effective Managers Act As Mission Enablers
Is there a leadership craft that can help employees feel fully empowered in a remote or hybrid work setting?
The Exploitation of Hollywood’s Writers Is Just Another Symptom of Digital Feudalism
The current Hollywood writers strike has drawn international attention to the plight of TV and film writers in the streaming era.
It’s Time to Take “Corrupt AI” Seriously
Recently your social media feed may have been flooded with headlines on the advances in AI or even AI-generated images.
Can Teens Survive the Digital World?
In this episode of the Catalysts for Change podcast, host Jill Shah speaks with Jon Haidt about his research on social media’s impact on teenage mental health. They discuss childhood and adolescent development, psychological sex...
How to Strengthen Company Cohesion in a Polarized Society
To say that we live in a fragmented, polarized world can feel like an understatement.
When Employers Reward “Ideal” Workers, Gender Equality Suffers
UK deputy prime minister Dominic Raab recently resigned following the publication of a report into workplace complaints about his conduct, including bullying allegations.
How (& Why) to Start Infusing Your Company with Behavioral Science
Leaders looking to foster an ethical workplace culture typically start with what’s familiar.
Getting to the Heart of Team Culture with Pete Carroll
In this episode of Re:Thinking with Adam Grant, Adam speaks with Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll about the ingredients for taking a team to the Super Bowl.