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The Best Part of Being on TV

The Best Part of Being on TV

When the book was coming out, a dear friend of mine who works with the local CBS affiliate put me in touch with one of their programs to do a spot on TV about the book.  Any time I get the opportunity to talk about the ideas in the book, I’m excited and I’m there....

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Talking About Inclusive Leadership – In Spanish

Talking About Inclusive Leadership – In Spanish

Here’s a video that was taken when I was giving a talk to 300+ people at DirecTV across 6 or 7 countries in Latin America.  It was advertised as part of their women’s leadership initiative, so I was relieved when I found a great mix of men and women in the audience,...

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OMG I Was So Uncomfortable

OMG I Was So Uncomfortable

Given the number of places I’ve been and the varieties of experiences I’ve had, there were bound to be a few uncomfortable ones.  Like being offered jellyfish and chicken feet as an appetizer. Or walking through a market with a bag of live frogs and pigs’ heads for...

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On the Radio With Joe Piscopo, Part 1

On the Radio With Joe Piscopo, Part 1

One day, my publicist asked me when I’d be in New York and she suggested doing a radio show with Joe Piscopo.  For those of you who don’t know, Joe Piscopo is an old Saturday Night Live guy who now has a radio show that is decidedly more conservative politically than...

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Choosing Mentors

Choosing Mentors

I have been focusing a lot on inclusive leadership lately, and I realized that part of being inclusive means becoming aware of implicit assumptions and biases when choosing mentors and mentees.  So I wrote about it when I realized that by acquaintances in my own...

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What I’ve Learned On Airplanes

What I’ve Learned On Airplanes

Everybody knows that I spend a lot of time on airplanes.  But what almost nobody knows is that for my Sociology 101 class in college, I did a project at the airport - observing behavior related to personal space - not because I was interested in personal space but...

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Ways To Unplug From This Crazy Culture

Ways To Unplug From This Crazy Culture

One day, I was particularly stressed out. I was getting text messages and phone calls to my personal phone from work people. This is in addition to being double- and triple-booked for a whole week, and I was going crazy and seriously losing it.  I was angry and...

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So Your Trailing Spouse is a Man, What Now?

So Your Trailing Spouse is a Man, What Now?

In many articles (including one in The New York Times by Tanya Mohn titled “Expatriate Spouses Struggle to Find Work Overseas”), the difficulties faced by trailing spouses to find meaningful work in a new country have been documented.  This is undoubtedly true, and...

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