Jan 22, 2013

New Values and a New Quest: The Curator interviews a "Brave" producer

My husband, sons, and I are huge Pixar fans. We're first in the seats to see their new release each summer, where we munch on popcorn while anxiously awaiting the fruit of Pixar's stellar creativity. What makes a Pixar film so good? The folks behind the screens report they spend...
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Jan 22, 2013

Capitalism’s Moral Code

The Harvard Business Review recently interviewed Whole Food’s CEO John Mackey, who also coauthored Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business . Listen to the interview here.
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Jan 21, 2013

Community Post: Don’t Scorn Her, She Saved Your Life

It was late at night. As we rounded a corner we saw the glow of a familiar site: a lone flag lady, standing outside in sub-zero temperatures, posted to warn us of the hazardous road conditions ahead. She stood in the alien-like island of light that marked the geographic boundaries...
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Jan 18, 2013

Should Gender Matter at Work?

I’ve gotten into the habit of striving to be gender-neutral at work. Nobody told me to do this, it just sort of happened. I think it started after I had kids. Given the lack of women in leadership at large law firms, I figured I’d have to downplay my mommyhood...Read more +
Jan 17, 2013

Book Review: The Commitment Engine

When a couple says “I do” on that blessed day of marriage, they exchange rings to symbolize their commitment to one another. How often do we think about commitment in terms of our workplace? In his book The Commitment Engine John Jantsch emphasizes that dedication to a shared vision of...Read more +
Jan 16, 2013

Community Post: You're a Terrible Phone Person

A few years ago, I was asked to write a book about growing older with grace and humor for a series on transitions. I believe THC community member Susan Awes is a woman who's aging gracefully. She knows her talents and admits her weaknesses. In a recent blog post, she...
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