By Hayoung Sally Lim, Erica Ciszek and Won-Ki Moon, University of Texas
Every June in the United States, LGBTQ+ communities come together for a celebration of love, diversity, inclusivity, and pride. The month of June, commonly known as Pride, commemorates the Stonewall riots in New York City held by sexual and gender minorities against police raids. Across the globe communities… More
By Giselle A. Auger, Rhode Island College and Moonhee Cho, University of Tennessee
How do organizations make us feel heard?
The concept of organizational listening prompted so many questions. For example, “Listen to your customers” seems like a commonsense part of good business practice, yet what does it look like? Does it mean bringing back a beloved… More
By Minjeong Kang, Indiana University; with Bitt Moon, Indiana University
About two months ago, during breakfast, my husband and I got into a heated discussion with our teenage daughter. The argument was about when it would be safe for her to go back to in-person martial art classes after nearly three months of lockdown due to the Covid-19… More
Everyone gets nervous before having difficult conversations—particularly when you know the other participant will not like the information you’re about to share, the opinion you need to present or the advice you’ve been asked to provide. And yet, most of us have also learned two hard-won truths from such experiences: