Monthly Archives: July 2016

Five Elements of Good Apologies

Just learned about a Ted Talk given last year by Jennifer Thomas on how to improve our apologies, “Getting the last word on apology.” She researched what people want to hear in an apology, and discovered that it varies, depending not only on the seriousness of the offense, but also on personalities. Just as we […]

Justice Ginsburg’s Statement of Regret

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gave some interviews last week (the Associated Press, CNN, The New York Times) in which she expressed her personal opinion about the prospect of Donald Trump as president. Her comments about him were not kind, and were widely criticized as inappropriate for a member of the Supreme Court. […]