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Author: Christiana Frank

Science and intuition

Have you ever walked into a room and sensed incredible tension, a thickness, or heaviness in the air or your chest? The room can be filled with voices or even silent, yet you know something is just not right? Conversely, have you ever walked into a room and felt a lightness, maybe a sense of joy or inclusion, and you feel connected and welcomed? The feeling that you are in the right place; makes sense and feels good. This is your intuition.

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Desensitization and Disassociation- Part 1

Traveling the US for work during what is being labeled the Covid Pandemic has opened my eyes to many consequences (expected and unexpected) on human rights and behavior. Most of my time in school districts, I have had the firsthand experience of the toll that masks, laws, and fear have played on individuals, organizations, and communities.

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Communication Strategies for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Communication Strategies for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Diversity and inclusion is a hot topic. Companies sink bigtime funding into D&I initiatives, universities teach diversity and inclusion courses, and the government instituted Executive Order 13583 to promote diversity and inclusion in its entire federal workforce. The trending buzzyness of the phrase and the heavy emphasis on it in the public and private sector is not without reason.

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Improv-and-the-Imposter-Syndrome

Improv and the Imposter Syndrome

Defined by TIME as the idea that your success is “due to luck, and not because of your talent or qualifications”, symptoms of the imposter syndrome include feeling like you don’t belong, feeling like a fraud, and feeling like you don’t deserve what you have.

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Social Anxiety

Anxiety Management

One effective tool for managing anxiety is practicing the art of improvisation. More and more research is showing that incorporating improv into someone’s therapeutic treatment plan can help

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Christiana Frank presenting at a conference

Your Organization Might Need a Communication Reboot

Poor communication within your company or organization is like mold growing underneath your kitchen sink: at first, you don’t know it’s there, then you start noticing something foul in the air, then – if you haven’t caught it in time – you have to throw things out and spend a lot of time and money dealing with the damage.

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