Laurie has watched REV groups, members and conversations grow into an incredible community with diverse interests and goals, but similar values and struggles. While her Rafferty Kids group is a place where she and her family can share familiar stories and reunite online, Laurie is equally excited about the relationships that are being formed within REV but continue outside the platform.
The TRIBAL Blog
Welcoming diversity to the workplace is great, but being diverse and inclusive means also welcoming diverse perspectives, thoughts and voices and empowering team members to share without fearing repercussion. Creating a culture of inclusion, bringing diversity of thought to the table, and striving for equity over equality throughout an organization don’t happen overnight…
In a world turned upside down by fear and uncertainty, leaders have to fight harder to overcome the controversial content that’s constantly distracting and distressing their employees, as well as the challenges of remote work environments and a growing distrust of their job security — and of their leadership.
Ever wondered what the key to a meaningful life is? Feeling valued, being essential and having strong relationships build the foundation for meaningful lives and workplaces. Here’s how to achieve that.
According to surveys, only 1% of responding managers and employees said retreats and team-building are the most effective ways to build trust, and only 4% said thanking the team and giving recognition was most effective. So how can leaders build trust in organizations?
We believe that stories inspire, resources equip and relationships empower. If we help people develop meaningful connections based on shared stories, we move them towards meaningful actions that will improve our communities, countries and world—one story at a time.
Leaders go first — well, good ones do — so to ensure your team learns about your mission, your purpose or your intentions, start by telling your most meaningful story. Our goal is to help leaders INSPIRE people by connecting their employees to more meaningful work experience.
Story Warriors have one goal in mind: peace. Not just victory over an enemy, but peace for the oppressed. Sharing stories is an act of war against threats, but it’s really an act of peace FOR people.
The Berlin Wall physically separated people in Germany, but today there are many invisible barriers that separate us. These barriers — like stereotypes, hatred, assumptions, addictions, fear, differences of beliefs, miscommunications and misunderstandings — keep people from each other.
Stories are a mediator of truth and honesty between people. Stories demolish stereotypes and misunderstandings. Stories show each other we really have more in common than we first thought.