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Listening effectively: Lessons from an extreme extrovert

Hear from Louisville editor Mary Irby-Jones on how she learned to stop talking so she could hear other people.

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  • Diversifying our readership, content and workforce

    All 10 of our active Table Stakes challenges are, in their own ways, designed to help us diversity our staff, our content and our customer base. Rochester’s work over the last year gives us a sturdy platform on which to build. In this conversation, we looked at what Rochester achieved, what obstacles they still face and how any of the other 10 challenges might lead to our next big breakthrough in pursuit of diversity and inclusion.

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  • Prioritizing diversity in retention and promotion

    Tennessean editor Michael Anastasi, a longtime champion of investing in diversity in all respects, led a discussion on nurturing careers with a special focus on diversity.

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  • New editor orientation, Part I: Our priorities as leaders

    It’s a big job. It’s a fun job. It’s tough job. It’s also different than it’s ever been.

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  • Network News Leadership Summit (April 2019)

    Presentation to leadership on areas of focus for 2019.

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  • How to be a great mentor

    We’ve all relied on the guidance and mentorship of others to get where we are. This discussion, hosted by USA TODAY’s Mary Nahorniak and the Bergen Record’s Dan Sforza, explores how to pay it forward.

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  • Protected: Using design-do loops to power your Table Stakes challenge

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  • Protected: Table Stakes scorecards activity

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  • Developing an evergreen plan

    What is evergreen, and why should you care? This webinar answers questions on how to develop an evergreen content strategy for your newspaper, and why.

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  • Strategies for being a great mentor

    Mentoring and coaching is an art, as Socrates knew. Here’s how to channel some of what worked for him.

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  • Black women, politics, culture, society, trauma and healing

    Nichelle Smith, Dr. Aisha Lowe and Kimberly Melton joined LIVE with Dr. AMC & Friends for a thoughtful roundtable discussion.

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  • Protected: Table Stakes: Moving from activities to outcomes

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