Have you heard the phrases ‘best buys’, ‘investments’, ‘value for money’ or similar words that make you huff in your virtual meetings?
Sanitising our language means we dilute the many complexities of what it means to make social change happen.
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Then send them over to the
Change Foundry, which supports women working in humanitarian aid to make the impact they always dreamed of. Mia is a certified professional coach and supports women to get themselves out of the overwhelm, master their challenges and make a real impact. Continue reading
Some of you out there may already follow Tim Ferriss or have read one of this books/blogs. A podcast we found interesting was his interview with Adam Grant (an organisational psychologist).
Some of the learnings we took away were:
Tip 1 – Be emotionally stronger and more proactive in receiving feedback Continue reading