Study: sensitivity and empathy (and basic fact) training prior to attempting to “make sense” helps business leaders “make sense”

  • March 6, 2021

‘Makes no sense’: archbishop slams COVID restrictions that allow more people inside a liquor store than a church funeralToronto Star article – March 6, 2021 Mhm yes okay, thanks for making sense Mr. Cardinal (global leader in making sense) actual real tone-deaf quote: “I do not believe that our elected officials and medical officers of health consciously intend to suppress religious freedom; I realize that they are in an extremely difficult position. We do, however, …

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Substitution

  • March 4, 2021

Mmmmm & Mmmmmm’s (Cooking With Andrew & Friends is generally not baking…)

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You are always you – always always always

  • March 4, 2021

There’s a small village “leadership” disaster unfolding that’s being brilliantly highlighted by CBC. (Trigger Warning: Holocaust) Read the full CBC article In 2021 (and before)… social media or otherwise… there is and has never ever been any difference (ever!) between who you are as a person and who you are as a professional (elected or otherwise, “leader” or otherwise). You are you, always! 1000000% of the time. I am me at work, and not at …

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Dr. Seuss?

  • March 3, 2021

These images are stolen from a wonderful and tremendously inspiring friend’s Facebook story feed tonight. (One thing that has deeply helped me check a lot of blind spots since BLM first entered my consciousness a few years ago when they stopped the Toronto Pride parade and I was like hmmm what is happening and is this a good thing and are “they” going too far?… the thing I started really noticing this last year+ is …

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Atonal

  • March 2, 2021

I know I’m just digging up old internet hilarity many days later, but I’m still cracking up over this disaster. I am not ultra hip with the memes and trends, but I’m re-posting in case anyone has missed the obvious joke opportunity of “star mangled banner”

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Bruce

  • March 2, 2021

You really really need to read about Bruce and the team at Ottawa Public Health. Aside from being a social media best practice and really funny too, there’s some gold words about organizational and communication team leadership. Bravo!

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Alexander

  • March 1, 2021

It’s March again???(was corrected moments ago that it wasn’t still) Sigh…Good night. March 2 tomorrow…

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