01:22 - Ariel’s Superpower: Extreme Irritability
- How to Address What is Irritating You
07:30 - Accessibility Needs - Learning What Irritates Others
- Disability Simulation in the Workplace
- Hot-Keys vs. Mouse Use
16:05 - Rabbinical School
- Learning to Ask Complex Questions
- Edge Cases
20:30 - Developing Company/Corporate Values
- Purpose of Company Values
- Revisiting the Values
- When to Remove a Value
- Wording of Values
- Aspirational Values
- The Right Time to Put Values into Writing
John: Using the process of establishing and/or revising values as a way of pulling in the experience of marginalized people in the company.
Jamey: Think about who your values put pressure on.
Jacob: Balance between whether values should be aspirational or should they be a reflection of things that people in the company have already internalized.
Ariel: Aspirational vs. Reflective values and when is the right time for each. Also, there is a point of giving too much weight to the values.
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