I've struggled with the fear of looking stupid for most of my life, as many women do. In grade school, I was relieved to know I had a proven roadmap guiding me towards the "right way" to win--a method for making all A's. And my fear made me competitive enough to get them in any way possible.
This is a turning point moment for work culture, but what do we do with the social isolation?
How the pandemic will lead us away from others and into ourselves, and (possibly) back again