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How to Approach Internal Communications

🚫 Internal Communications needs to stop being a marketing-led function. 🚫 🚫 Internal Communications needs to stop being a PR-led...

My Candor

I get a lot of messages about my candor and honesty on here. For me, it's not something I think about as radical. Authenticity is...

The Great Minority

We all know that we have until 2050 to address climate change. What you may not know: We have until 2050 to address Diversity, Equity,...

My Response to BLM at Knotch

Last week, in response to the recent murders of Black lives and the increasing national conversation on racism, I rolled out a...

Salt's Pride Series

I was honored to add my voice to Salt's Pride series. "With the recent events in the world, we also can’t ignore that Pride itself is a...

SHRM Does NOT Represent the HR Industry

I must speak out. As an HR leader, I have been extremely disappointed and frankly disgusted by the way SHRM has posted about the topic of...

Unpacking Unconscious Bias: Bias 101

✖️ Bias 101 ✖️ 😇 Halo Effect: Putting someone on a pedestal based on one positive trait or action 👿 Horn Effect: Putting someone in the...

Pronouns Are Not 'Preferred'

Pride month coming up has me thinking... I see more and more pronouns listed on people’s profiles every day. It makes my queer heart...

Reflecting: One Year at Knotch

A year ago today, I started working at Knotch, and what a year it has been! I have often joked that start up years are like dog years -...

Authenticity in the Workplace

It can be terrifying to bring your authentic self to work. I grew up in Brandon, Mississippi, a small town located in the most...

Employees Want to be Heard

More than anything, employees want to be heard. They want their feedback and suggestions to not fall on deaf ears. They want to be valued...

"We Belong Together"

In my career, I’ve had the pleasure of working at companies that have had very identifiable workplace cultures. They all strived for...

Perfomative Behavior at Work

After I entered the workforce post-college, I quickly realized I was *performing* at work. I was being open about my sexuality. I often...

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