Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Work ≠ family If you Google “Work isn’t family” you come up with a bunch of recommended articles along the same line: Coworkers aren’t you family and they shouldn’t be.  The NYTimes explains it this way: “It often means that boundaries get violated and people are expected to…

  • Harnessing the energy Last week I went to the Online News Association conference, one of my favorite things every year.  Almost always, I get home from a conference or a really great brainstorming session and I have THE ENERGY. All sorts of things that I’ve learned are…

  • Me vs. My Brand It’s been a rough few months. For me. For the world. For journalism. During my unanticipated sabbatical from writing to you, I have been thinking about reputation and leadership.  You see, things happened where my first thought was how it could affect…