White Men: Time to Discover Your Cultural Blind Spots – TEDx Talk

White men rarely, if ever, are required to examine their own culture. In this timely and provocative talk, Michael Welp speaks to his own experience becoming conscious of his white male culture, bias, and privilege as key tools to effective partnership across diversity. Michael Welp, PhD. is a co-founder of White Men as Full Diversity […]

50 Years Later Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy Continues to Shape Our Society

The assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis on April 4, 1968, continues to reverberate throughout the nation in large and small ways almost 50 years later. In many ways our nation is still trying to recover from King’s death and the opportunities for racial equality, economic justice and peace.

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Scaling Action Learning at Microsoft

One of the characteristics of high potential leaders is their ability to think and act quickly in their domains of expertise. However, challenges that organizations increasingly face require extensive cross boundary work and exploration, which requires new skills set. Microsoft asked Sage Ways to design a 1-day learning event to address this area of skill […]

Human Interaction Laboratory – An invaluable experience for OD professionals.

NTL’s Human Interaction Laboratory is an immersion into inter-personal relations and group dynamics. The process of feedback helps participants understand how their own behavior appears to others and how it affects them. The lab is an impactful, even life-changing experience that every OD professional should attend at least once. Read More

NeuroLeadership Summit: An Everyone Conference

This month marked the 13th NeuroLeadership Summit, with record in-person attendance in New York City and virtual attendance, thanks to the summit’s offer permitting anyone to view sessions online for free. More than 40,000 sites joined the virtual conversation, proving the inclusivity of this gesture. Inclusion was a thread throughout the summit’s discussions centered on […]

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