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Is working remotely actually working? At this point, it has to. And the good news is we want it to.
Remote working was already on the rise before mandatory work from home orders. From leaders to managers to employees, we … Read more
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A great work environment with happy employees is the start for creating sincere and enduring employee advocates. When people experience a wonderful culture in action and believe in the reputation of their company, they become your most effective spokespeople.
Why … Read more
Does your business compete primarily on product and price?
That kind of old-school strategy may win you customers in the near term. However, competing on price or product is really just a race to the bottom.
Along the way, you’ll … Read more
We’ve all worked with them. Brilliant intellectuals who hold managerial titles — yet they struggle to form and sustain effective professional relationships.
They lack self-awareness, and seem even more clueless about how to deal with others. As leaders, they may … Read more
“To teach is to learn twice.” –J. Joubert
I love my work. But there are challenges (understatement). Keeping pace with 21st-century talent and technology trends means commitment to a perpetual learning curve.
The “human side” of business is now a … Read more
Why in the world of work would anyone sit online for an hour and share serious answers to a list of questions – along with random bits of wit and wisdom that come to mind?
No, I’m not talking about … Read more
The official word, that there’s economic uncertainty, is so 2012. We’re all cheerful and happy the economy produced 155,000 jobs last month (not completely, but we’re trying for some enthusiasm here).
So have we turned the corner? Can we all … Read more
The long-term unemployed get airtime and programs to help them retrain and find new career paths. Millennials looking for the first big job, and a way to pay school loans, draw lots of attention. But we could probably spend much … Read more