Clint Jenkin has been studying people since the dawn of the Millennium. During that time he has worked in academic, government, non-profit and now corporate settings, investigating topics like terrorism, popcorn, family dynamics, soup, religious architecture and active taxable fixed income mutual funds. Clint has a PhD in social psychology but gave up on being a professor one night when he had to grade 60 freshman term papers in a row. However, he still enjoys hearing himself talk, so here we are.
Sessions from Clint Jenkin:
One of the major lessons from the past three years is that there is no substitute for in-person interaction. But why is that? Much of the conversation revolves around personal [...]
One of the major lessons from the past three years is that video conferencing is both convenient and annoying. However, too much of the conversation revolves around personal preferences or [...]