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#101: ”Goodbye, Golden Rule. Hello, Rubber Band Rule!” with Dr. Julie Pham | Educative Sessions

March 14, 2022

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Navigating how to show up respectfully in the American workplace can be challenging for those new to a company, to the workforce, and/or to the tech industry. Every team has its own unspoken code of behavior. Dr. Julie Pham will share how she developed the 7 Forms of Respect to help people crack the code by understanding the complicated dynamics of communicating respect. Her research reveals how we think about respect is flexible. Adopting the Rubber Rule can help people succeed at work.

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Julie Pham, PhD founded CuriosityBased to foster curiosity in the world. She headed community engagement at the Washington Technology Industry Association and has worked as a tech marketer. Dr. Pham earned PhD in History at the University of Cambridge as a Gates Cambridge Scholar and her “real-life MBA” by running her family’s Vietnamese-language newspaper, Người Việt Tây Bắc in Seattle. She is an award-winning leader who applies her community building experience to strengthening teams.

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