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Workplace: Questions

Workplace: Questions

Questions matter to our well-being, our problem-solving, and our daily lives. Questions asked uncover information. Unasked questions leave us searching for information. The Authenticity Project by Clare Pooley (2020) got me thinking again about the questions we ask...

Workplace: Work-for-Hire

Work-for-hire means that I hire you to do work and I own the results of your work. It can apply to a variety of work outputs. If you agree to the arrangement or a work-for-hire contract, you are giving up your rights to the work in the present and in the future. Some...

Workplace: Will

Why does the word Will matter? Because it can mean so many things and be used in so many ways. American English is full of words that have multiple meanings. A sales skill training workshop years ago proved this with an activity that said “Write down how you define...

Workplace: Not Asking

“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Was an official US Government military policy from February 28, 1994 through September 20, 2011. Not asking or telling somehow implied that a safer experience and environment could exist. Today’s discussion is not on the merits of this policy....