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Political Correctness vs. Inclusion: What’s the Difference?

October 25, 2018 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

In the current political climate I have received a lot of questions about political correctness (PC). Clients sometimes ask, “If I am always thinking about what to say and what not to say, isn’t that just political correctness? Seems like a waste of time!” I’ve also heard this concern: “Everyone these days seems to get ...

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The Culture of Rush: Thoughts on Inclusion and Exclusion

August 30, 2018 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

In honor of Rush’s guitarist Alex Lifeson’s birthday, I have updated a blog originally published in September of 2012. In September of 2012 I saw my favorite band, Rush in concert from the 7th row center. To top it off, Erin, my precious friend of twenty-five years and a relatively new Rush fan at the ...

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Work/Life Integration: Two Lessons for the Cross-Cultural Workforce

October 30, 2015 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

Work/Life balance. Countless books have been written about the subject, and I’ve attended countless workshops whose aim was to help me achieve that goal. I hear the phrase across corporate wellness programs and in networking circles. But what does it mean? The definitions of work/life balance abound. I’ve heard everything from “the proper prioritization of ...

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The Culture of Rush – Part One: Thoughts on Inclusion and Exclusion

September 27, 2012 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

This past weekend was magical for me, and I still feel like I’m walking on clouds and diamonds. Why? Because I saw my favorite band, Rush in concert from the 7th row center. To top it off, Erin, my precious friend of twenty-one years and a relatively new Rush fan,  came with me. While Erin ...

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