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Fostering Workplace Passion Through Learning

Learning is not something that should end at graduation; it should last a lifetime. We can learn by taking up hobbies and picking up books, joining bible studies or traveling...

As Pandemic Slows Business, Workers Fret

COVID-19 is not only changing the nature of the work but also the nature of what work means to us and to our identities. Most of us have found ourselves...

The Pandemic Through a Liberal-Arts Lens

It’s hard not to draw inspiration from Amy Bass and her colleagues at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY. As she explains in her recent Hechinger Report op-ed: “What Covid-19 may...

Isolation and Introversion

When was your last “really good” meeting? If you’re like me, it probably was not one your calendar told you to attend; it was the meeting after the meeting that...

The Rise of Gamers and a Lesson for Designers

While the global growth of online gamers has slowed in recent years to about 5.5% annually, it still dramatically outpaces global population growth, which sits at just about 1%. Using...

Changes Coming to Workplace Strategy and Design

Workplaces around the globe have been forced to rethink their workspaces in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Remote work policies and procedures, offices and conference rooms sitting empty, Zoom meetings!...

Three Big Takeaways from our SCUP Coffee Chat

Lauren Della Bella and I recently had the honor of leading The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) in a virtual coffee chat. The conversation took a few different...

On Learning and Basketball

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by public relations intern and University of Cincinnati student, Alex Horton. When I was younger, I hated learning — scratch that — I...