4 Common Misconceptions About Co-Working

4 Common Misconceptions About Co-Working

When I first started working in the co-working industry more than 15 years ago, everyone who walked through our door had to be educated about what co-working actually was. From reassuring people that there was enough space for all to work comfortably to teaching them...
Do You Need a Culture Budget?

Do You Need a Culture Budget?

We’ve been talking about work culture for decades now. But it turns out most organizations still don’t do anything really meaningful to manage their company culture. If fact, we’ve just been paying lip service to it. That’s largely because actually doing...
Deciding on an Intramural Program for Your Business

Deciding on an Intramural Program for Your Business

“All work and no play” may not make Jack a dull boy, but it certainly does him no health favors. A 2013 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that nearly 80 percent of North American adults don’t get the recommended amount of exercise each...
#WorkTrends: The Way We Work

#WorkTrends: The Way We Work

The way we work is changing — fast. Where we work, who we work with and how we get work done is all evolving. On this week’s episode we talk to Sarah Travers, CEO of the co-working space Workbar, and to one head of recruiting who thinks remote working and co-working...
Humility. Authenticity. Happiness. Appreciation.

Humility. Authenticity. Happiness. Appreciation.

The four words in the title of this post both individually and collectively mean a lot to the people in my organization and me. We live by these words through our actions and in how we approach working with our customers, vendor partners, prospects, and the public in...

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