The Conversation Code By Gregory
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Join Jon Gray, Pierre Serrao, and Lester Walker of Bronx-based culinary collective Ghetto Gastro, and authors of the new book Ghetto Gastro Presents Black Power Kitchen, for a conversation with acclaimed Portland-based chef Gregory Gourdet.
Part cookbook. Part manifesto. Created with big Bronx energy, Black Power Kitchen combines 75 mostly plant-based, layered-with-flavor recipes with immersive storytelling, diverse voices, and striking images and photographs that celebrate Black food and Black culture, and inspire larger conversations about race, history, food inequality, and how eating well can be a pathway to personal freedom and self-empowerment.
Shouldn't developers be writing code, shipping new features, and fixing bugs? After all, they're an expensive resource, and their time is much better spent improving the product rather than talking to customers, right?
Every day, we engage in many conversations. Some are with our mother or our spouse, while others are with coworkers or our boss. They can range from informal to formal, but whatever the dialog may be, things can get heated.
The five authors of Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High studied successful communicators for an impressive 25 years and came to the conclusion that what made them so great was their ability handle crucial conversations effectively. These people have the skills to handle any hard discussion, regardless of the person.
When emotions run high in a conversation and we no longer feel safe, there are two ways it can go: silence or violence. Neither of these options provides a solution. In a crucial conversation, we need a solution or we will be stuck. How do we avoid this? We remember our goal.
Biologically, our bodies respond to a threat by either a drive for fight or flight. This response can happen in a tense conversation. Once people start feeling mistreated, they will shut themselves off.
I feel like I could only scratch the surface on this one because there is just so much to learn from Crucial Conversations. This book will help you deal with high-stakes situations not only at work or other formal settings but also in your personal life. If you use the methods, you will be able to have more healthy and fruitful conversations, which everyone could use. I would recommend this as a great read for anyone since conversation is such a significant part of all of our lives every day.
The 43-year-old mother who is struggling to connect with her teenage daughter, a 51-year-old boss who needs to know how to give constructive criticism to his employees, and anyone who struggles to get through tough conversations.
In New York, a federal district court applying New York law held that where the party whose conversation was secretly recorded was located in a state that permitted the recording of a conversation with the consent of one party, that party could not maintain an action even though the defendant who recorded the conversation was located in a state that required the consent of all parties to the conversation. (Wehringer v. Brannigan (S.D.N.Y.1990) 1990 WL 200563, 1990 U.S. Dist. Lexis 16447; see also Locke v. Aston (2006) 31 A.D.3d 33, 814 N.Y.S.2d 38.)
If you are thinking about recording a conversation, consult with an attorney. There are also invasion of privacy issues that you must be aware of, which are not addressed in this blog.
In this course, Kate Gregory takes some C++ code that was written over 10 years ago, familiarizes herself with the code, looks for code smells, identifies code that can be improved with modern C++ features, and writes a test harness to run some of that code.
In this course, Kate Gregory takes some C++ code that was written over 10 years ago, familiarizes herself with the code, looks for code smells, identifies code that can be improved with modern C++ features, and writes a test harness to run some of that code. Play by Play is a series where you get a rare view into the workflows and thought processes of top admins, developers, and designers. This is not a planned or rehearsed presentation, but a live, unrehearsed problem solving and troubleshooting session where you see an expert think through issues and design solutions, as they do in the real world every day.
Codes of ethics seek to safeguard these high standards of behaviours and practices. Many examples exist, but so far no code of conduct or ethics that is interdisciplinary and global in its perspective has achieved universal uptake. 2b1af7f3a8