September 2018 Newsletter

Free Teleclass | Navigating the Workplace in a Post #MeToo World…Now What?

Navigating the Workplace in a Post #MeToo World…Now What?
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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Yes, You Can Change People’s Minds

Your group has always done things one way. You think you have a better way. How to sway them to your side?

You probably think data is the answer, but that’s unlikely to be enough to win over minds. Consider all the evidence of climate change and the many people who remain unconvinced by it.

“Data is important to uncover the truth, but it is not enough to convince people of that truth,” says Tali Sharot, Ph.D., a professor of cognitive neuroscience at the University College London and author of The Influential Mind: What the Brain Reveals About Our Power to Change Others. “When you show people data that goes against what they believe or what they want to believe, their brains shut down, metaphorically speaking, and don’t absorb what you’re saying.” Read More

Must-Have Answers from ‘Ask a Manager’ Author Alison Green

For many employees, the work itself is easy. It’s the office politics that are hard. That’s partly why Alison Green started her blog, “Ask a Manager,” 11 years ago. A chief of staff at a non-profit organization at the time, she kept thinking that coworkers would have made different decisions if they’d had their boss’ or HR’s perspective.

“As a manager, I could see that people weren’t going to get the outcome they thought they were,” Green recalls. “It occurred to me that a lot of people would benefit from knowing what their bosses are thinking when they hear x or what they mean when they say y.” Read More

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