So much value in “radical candor”

September 8, 2016

Kim Scott’s concept of “radical candor” went viral earlier this year, highlighting the importance of being both productive and honest when giving feedback to colleagues. It’s something that resonates with us in our coaching work directly with clients, and in…

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80% of Your Culture is Your Founder

December 4, 2015

Knowing what makes your organization unique will propel it forward. It’s getting to the knowing part that is sometimes hard. From First Round Review  

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Truth. It’s One Of The Drivers Of InStride’s Philosophy On Leadership.

November 6, 2015

Truth. It’s one of the drivers of InStride’s philosophy on leadership. Great leaders not only inspire others to lead, but they coach them on how to do it well.

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Stressed, Tired, Rushed: A Portrait of the Modern Family

November 4, 2015

Another timely and interesting article on the challenge that working families face trying to balance work and family commitments. How much does the 24/7 work culture in some workplaces, or expectation of accessibility through email or phone outside of traditional…

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Trusting Employees with a Take-What-You-Need Vacation Policy

October 29, 2015

In my most recent in-house role, I thought a lot about vacation and time-off policies. Like the company profiled in this article, we had a flexible PTO policy that allowed our staff unlimited time to unplug and refresh. It’s not…

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