It’s time to put an end to corporate-speak clichés, says Kate Gamble. Not just because they can create distance between coworkers and hinder productivity, but because they can be downright cringe-worthy.
In an era dominated by smartphones and the need to be constantly plugged in, maybe it’s time we all got grounded, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who makes the case for a simple practice.
By hearing other peoples’ perspectives, we’re able to broaden our own, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who learned a valuable lesson about the importance of “picking your head up” now and then.
If you want to foster innovation, you need to create a culture in which people feel empowered to present ideas — not one that’s dictated by fear of failure, says Kate Huvane Gamble.
There’s enough seriousness in the world; sometimes we need to leave room for fun and self-expression, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who offers a few ways to do just that.