If we never teach people about extrinsic motivation, can we preserve the power of intrinsic motivation? I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. Most of my career has had some component spent trying to design bonus or variable compensation structures that adequately align individual behavior to core company targets. But I kept going back to […]
A chance to be seen for what you are capable of creating and achieving – who you are capable of becoming. A chance to be seen for something other than the color of your skin, the sound of your accent, or the shape of your eyes. A chance for you to experience the American Dream […]
4 key takeaways from observing K-3 grade classrooms that are quick yet massive wins for both parents at home & leaders/managers in the workplace.
This post is personal. This has been a doozy of a week. I found out I was pregnant on Monday. Sunday night really. It was juuuust a bit of a surprise. The first thing that came to mind was “oh shit. I’m going to be raising capital for Edio when I’m nine months pregnant.” In […]
Winning to some is about the transaction. It’s about being right. It’s about the mic drop. The sound byte. The power play. I would argue that this class of winning is the most temporary and destructive form of serotonin inducing behavior. It’s a gateway drug to poor decisions and even poorer outcomes. It creates a […]
This post was first published on the DoubleDutch blog. 2015 may very well be known in tech as the year that software companies got serious about gender diversity. Well known tech companies like AirBNB, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Tribridge, and many others have “come out” in 2015 and published their gender and sometimes ethnic diversity numbers, […]