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It’s the end of the world as we know it. How are you feeling?

For a lot of us — and I mean A LOT OF US — November 3 can’t come soon enough. In some ways, the date feels like the breaking point of a months-long (years-long?) fever. For many, that timeframe included an actual fever in the form of COVID-19. For so many more, the fever was metaphorical, but no less real and painful.Let’s see . . .PandemicCivil unrestCollapsing economyWorking from home...

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The high cost of rambling.

It might seem like the stuff of waking nightmares, but for the people looking to make lasting connections or effective presentations, it’s all too real.The thought of getting up in front of a group of team leaders, colleagues, or clients, and simply rambling due to a lack of strategic, well-crafted messaging is unpleasant, to say the least. It’s also costly, both in terms of reputation and...

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You don’t suck. Your bio does.

You don’t suck. Your bio does.Skild is proud to introduce its brand-new, leaner, meaner challenge experience — BeSkilled!With BeSkilled, we’ve taken our 15 years spent producing nearly 600 transformative challenge events and created a series of upskill challenge experiences aimed at employee engagement, time savings, and delivering maximum value where it matters most.We’re launching with a...

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Uncomfortable? Excellent!

Has the last week of protests made you feel uncomfortable? Excellent!That means you’re likely having conversations that you haven’t had before. You’re experiencing moments of self-examination. You’re considering your work environment and, just as importantly, what your organization stands for (if it stands for anything at all beyond making shareholders happy).Discomfort is a driver of change....

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The New Normal

Was “the new normal” wasted on COVID-19? Would it have been better applied to the social justice transformation of 2020 instead?I’m asking because what we’re witnessing now — the redefining of terms and conditions around what it means to live in the United States — is nothing short of “the new normal.” And make no mistake: The future of work has little to do with “virtually”; it has everything...

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