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Think About Your Work Environment and Optimize Your Productivity

by Melissa Barry | October 1, 2015

Would you ever cook breakfast in the shower? Probably not. Making breakfast is an activity that typically takes place in a very specific environment – the kitchen. We plan our non-work activities to take place in particular spaces; so why not do the same for our tasks at work. As an organizational psychologist, I focus […]

Show Some Colleagues Love this Valentine’s Day

by Amanda Kowal Kenyon | February 13, 2015

It is astonishing how little one feels alone when one loves. ~John Bulwer Valentine’s Day is traditionally associated with romantic love—retailers have stocked storefronts with love-themed cards and heart-shaped chocolates for those looking to show affection for their beloved (or to elicit eye-rolling from those who disdain the holiday). I’m a sucker for tradition and […]

Planning Season: New Year, New Creative

by Macaela Mackenzie | September 4, 2014

Happy New Year! Yes, I know we’re a few months from the big ball drop but bear with me a moment. The year is full of fresh starts, new chances to establish new habits, and opportunities to accept the challenge to shake things up. This is one of them. As the agency and corporate world […]

6 Steps Corporate America Must Take To Achieve Gender Parity

by Barri Rafferty | August 19, 2014

As seen in Forbes… Thousands of articles, research papers, leaders, and experts have attempted to tackle the issue of corporate America’s serious lack of equal or near-equal representation of women at senior leadership levels. Yet effective solutions remain untapped for many thousands of organizations here in the U.S. I remember sitting on the phone earlier […]

6 Ways You Can Be More Assertive in the Workplace

by Sara Garibaldi | August 13, 2014

As seen in Self Magazine… It can be intimidating (to say the least!) when it comes to sharing your ideas with colleagues and higher ups — especially if you are someone who is on the more introverted side. The good news: you don’t have to change your personality in order to have your voice heard. […]

The Magic of Metaphors: Tools for Leaders

by Amanda Kowal Kenyon | September 5, 2012

This post originally appeared on The Center for Creative Leadership blog. The Leadership Metaphor Explorer is a tool for helping a group or team think with more energy, insight, and creativity about the present and future of their work together.  As Director of OD for Ketchum, I have the privilege to serve as a facilitator […]