Year: 2021

Skin Deep

By Tina Varughese / December 15, 2021 / 0 Comments

This holiday season finds us wearing masks due to Covid19. Now more than ever remember that underneath all of those masks we truly are all the same.

Read More

I Can See Your Voice

By Tina Varughese / November 6, 2021 / 0 Comments

What is Unconscious Bias? Our brains take shortcuts to process information, I Can See Your Voice is an example of how you automatically have an opinion before you have the facts.

Read More

Coping with Covid

By Tina Varughese / April 15, 2021 / 0 Comments

Like everyone else, I’ve been coping with Covid. As a keynote speaker of large conferences and events, to say that my calendar has freed up, would be a slight understatement. On March 12, 2020 (BC- before Covid) I received a standing ovation in Fredericton, New Brunswick after my presentation- it was glorious and, upon reflection, […]

Read More

Getting your Zzz’s – The Role of Sleep in the Art of Productivity

By Tina Varughese / February 27, 2021 / 0 Comments

It’s getting busy at work, you have two meetings tomorrow and task upon task is awaiting completion. You have two choices, you can either go to bed, or, spend some extra time preparing yourself for the day to come. You choose to spend the extra time preparing yourself for the next day and end up […]

Read More

Women in Leadership

By Tina Varughese / January 30, 2021 / 0 Comments

Why Mitigating Gender Bias in the Workplace is Important to All of Us Hungry for learning more about the biases you may have without even realizing it? Here’s some food for thought (pun absolutely intended). A quick google image search of the word “professor” reveals that over 90% of professors are Caucasian men. Now although […]

Read More