Political and media consultant, Carri Twigg discusses how the choices we make construct our identity. Referencing her experience growing up biracial in Ameri...
Amy Cuddy1/ The incomparable @carritwigg:
"We have to have the space and we have to have the grace to have these conversations.
Learning about other people is an indelicate process. But we have to be able to try, we have to be able to figure it out.”
Amy Cuddy"It’s time to stop framing equity around a business case."
By @UVA Prof Laura Morgan Roberts (@alignmentquest), whose work has deeply influenced my own thinking on our values in the workplace.
'Many managers feel ill-equipped to offer sage advice on ‘what to do’ when it comes to diversity and inclusion in their organizations.'
Amy Cuddy“To eradicate systemic racism, it is important for managers to empower employees and provide them with resources for having productive conversations about race."
Read this invaluable piece by @Wharton's brilliant Professor @StephanieCreary.
Having grown up in Africa and Europe, the reality of life as a Black man in the U.S. did not truly hit me until I was a junior in college…
Amy CuddyThe author of this phenomenal piece, @JeanClaude_H, was not only a student in the 1st course I ever taught at @Harvard; he was one of the top 5 smartest & most admired students I’ve ever taught, period.
If you want to learn about #Juneteenth, read this.
How to facilitate the brief, casual encounters that we used to take for granted? With retail and hospitality lockdown easements, will consumers consider the benefits of weak tie casual interactions, giving an unexpected lift to their well-being?...
Amy CuddyWeak social ties yield surprising health benefits, psychologically and physiologically. But, as psychologist @SimoneSchnall asks, "How to facilitate the brief, casual encounters that we used to take for granted?"
Amy Cuddy1/ "Black workers often strategically engage in code-switching — adjusting their speech, appearance, & behaviors to optimize the comfort of others w the hopes of receiving fair treatment, quality service, & opportunities."
@alignmentquest & @CL_mccluney.
"This book should be required reading for everyone."—Robin DiAngelo, author of White Fragility"Poignant....important and illuminating."—The New York Times Book Review"Groundbreaking."—Bryan Stevenson, New York Times bestselling author of Just...
Amy CuddyAs a social psychologist who's studied prejudice for 20 yrs, I urge you to read "Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do" by @Stanford Prof Jennifer Eberhardt, who's done some of the most pivotal research on racism
In an extraordinary condemnation, the former defense secretary backs protesters and says the president is trying to turn Americans against one another.
Amy Cuddy“The words ‘Equal Justice Under Law’ are carved in the pediment of the United States Supreme Court. This is precisely what protesters are rightly demanding. It is a wholesome & unifying demand—one that all of us should be able to get behind. “-James Mattis
Dear Newton North Community, Last night my wife asked whether we should have a conversation with our 9-year old daughter about the tragic and gruesome death of George Floyd and the protests and unrest that are developing throughout the country. I...
Amy CuddySharing this moving statement from Principal @turnerhj, written from his perspective as a high school principal (of my son’s HS) and as a Black father.