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This article was originally published as a part of Maggie Greene Style’s Women In Business showcase. Some of her closest friends call her “elegant yet foul” and she loves it. The phrase captures two truths about her personality: she presents well and can command a room. She’s also got a well-developed bullshit detector and isn’t … Continued
As a new way to build positive organizational cultures, Mindhatch presents White Privilege, Black Power, an improv show that tackles diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
This time of year is when most of us start to think about where to donate to make a difference. I thought I’d share with you some of my favorite organizations that are specific to bringing innovation and creativity to those who may otherwise go without it in their lives. I hope you’ll be as impressed and inspired by the work these places are doing as I am. Access to creative thinking and innovative problem-solving should NOT be a privilege.
As “Yes, and …” has become a more popular tool for the workplace, organizations often think they’re using the technique effectively. In reality, teams are usually focused more on the words and not embodying the spirit of the phrase. The benefits of “Yes, and …” are many but only if you do it right. Here are four simple techniques to make the magic of radical agreement happen.
Mindhatch is proud to partner with Seattle’s Pocket Theater! The Pocket focuses on supporting new, independent performers of all sorts. They provide wonderful inclusive entertainment, improv and sketch comedy at reasonable prices to the Seattle public! For more information and showtimes head to thepocket.org.
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