Posting's been a bit slow this week, as I've been ridiculously distracted by an upcoming conference this weekend.
On the plus side, if anyone cares to hear my thoughts on inter-professional differences in communication and conflict, I'll be speaking on it Sunday morning at 8:30am at the AABB meeting at the Boston Convention Center.
Normally my public speaking style is fairly laid back and has some improvising....but as I haven't been able to string too many coherent sentences together for the past few weeks post-baby, I'm a little nervous about this talk. Thus blogging time has turned in to "practice your talk" time. I'm hoping that winds up being a good trade.
Any prayers/good vibes/happy thoughts would be appreciated.
Also, you'd like my talk. I use the sentence "so this is a little kumbaya, why should care in the real world?".
I think that sentence should be used in all talks about how to get along in the workplace.
I also raise the idea that diversity of thought is an incredibly under recognized aspect of diversity, and that's not a good thing.
I think that idea should come up in every talk where the word "diversity" is mentioned.