Asking better questions, revisiting the fundamentals of retention, & paving a path to economic justice beyond Juneteenth.
A simple tool to design internships that foster meaningful work for both students and companies.
How more colleges and universities are working to bridge the gap between educational outcomes and employer expectations.
If bringing people together around a vision or idea is part of your job, learning how to be a good storyteller can be immensely beneficial.
3 tangible ways to lead your organization toward a more growth mindset-oriented culture
5 Questions to Prompt Curiosity in the Face of Conflict
Alright, so after googling State of the Union and watching a few past speeches it seemed like a good idea to write one for Experience Institute. Not because I think of myself as a president. It’s merely an interesting way to frame an honest look at our successes and failures in 2015 while sharing goals for 2016. … Read More
Our students are already well into their third and final term. And in less than two months they’ll be back in Chicago to share and celebrate at EXPO. Time is flying. Before this term is all but passed, we’d like to share where the students have landed and what work and learnings they’re tackling.
I am working with Leo Burnett this summer on the innovation squad with with Mark, Chief Innovation Officer and Carey, SVP Strategic Partnerships. The project is about exploring collaboration and innovation, and working toward building a company culture of creativity. Leo Burnett is a 78 year-old award winning agency employing 1900 people globally. They are … Read More
Every workshop is rooted in a key problem in which the participants are going to address. In this case, we decided to focus on redesigning the way we work. For Bandwidth, it was a problem that was just far enough outside of their everyday jobs that it would push them to think differently, yet close enough to their world where they could see and feel the necessity for new ideas.