April 14, 2015

No matter what your claims to status, power, self-worth, or superiority, remember that garbage collectors are way, way cooler than you. Read more

April 10, 2015

Taking a deep breath and asking yourself, “How can I go beyond the bare minimum here?” might just change the nature of workplace interactions. Being more generous, more kind, more conscientious than the law, or company policy, or your job description, requires can go a long way toward crafting a workplace where people are happy to be at work. Read more

April 5, 2015

One thing was missing from our celebration this morning that I didn’t miss one bit. There were no jabs–subtle or otherwise–at the folk who show up to Sunday morning worship only once or twice a year. Read more

April 1, 2015

Workplace interactions would go a lot better if people realized that money doesn’t exist. Read more

March 28, 2015

It’s easy enough for a business to content itself with discovering plausible justifications for its actions. It will likely find juries eager to accept those justifications, because jurors are no less subject to the sorts of biases and prejudgments that business owners and managers and co-workers are. Read more

March 23, 2015

While this sounds too spectacularly obvious to need saying, it seems to need saying all the same: workplace interactions that preserve the integrity and dignity of the persons involved tend to go way, way better than those that don’t. Read more

March 21, 2015

At some point, white people in leadership roles will have to learn to be a little less tone deaf. Members of traditionally marginalized groups are surely just a little bit tired of politely thanking them for their intentions while once again explaining paternalism, tokenism, and the white savior complex. Read more

March 17, 2015

This is a blog about living out the gospel while at work. Unfortunately, the blogger is a bit unsure what it means to be “at” work. Read more

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