Everyone, from executives to managers to part-time interns, can lead the way in changing our culture from one that puts pressure on everyone to be perfect, to one that accepts mistakes as part of life and encourages them as learning opportunities.
Shifting norms always meets some level of resistance, because norms end up being both reflections and instruments of a community’s power structures.
Linguistics is like physics. It takes something that we all inherently know about the world — language, gravity — and makes it a hundred times…
If nothing is secure, why bother changing behavior to be more safe? If you don’t feel valued and trusted by your employer, why take the risk in speaking up about the problems you encounter? In many ways, both cybersecurity problems and sexual harassment are two symptoms of a greater underlying cause: the systemic failure of collective responsibility due to lack of investment and engagement in our communities.
Are you real? Do your customers think so? How about your employees? Come to a free workshop by Ariel Robinson and learn more about how you can earn trust and help your business thrive.