Posts by K. Dipalo

Riding Two Horses

Changing careers: That sweet daydream you entertain when your workday is monotonous, the boss is acting like an unmentionable body […]

Connection

In 1975, Dr. Edward Tronick and colleagues at Harvard’s Child Development Unit conducted what they called the “Still Face Experiment” […]

The Yogi

Deloitte recently released a global study of millennials that found about 2/3 of this population plan to look for a […]

Leading as a Woman?

The 2016 US presidential election will be remembered for many things. One of those things is the demise of gender […]

Head Space

How much would you give to have a bigger brain, one that could instantly remember everything in perfect detail and […]

Powerball

Powerball fever is winding down. After a week of growing mania over who would win the $1.5 billion prize in […]

Taking Stock

I heard from an old friend and former colleague of mine last week. We had not communicated in at least […]

Leadership Poetry

Fifty-five years ago, President John F. Kennedy paid homage to the passing of one of America’s great poets, Robert Frost. […]

Puritan’s Work

The Puritan work ethic, also known as the Protestant work ethic, is deeply embedded in the American psyche. The ethic […]

Stressed Out and Hung Over

Can we be honest here? Work-life balance is a fantasy, at least among those for whom the promise of balance […]