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Two Remote Work Eras: B.C. (Before Coronavirus) and A.C.

by Craig Roth  |  July 28, 2020

Remote work has existed ever since the first caveman was sent out of his cave to hunt over the next hill.  And work at home or hybrid home-and-office knowledge workers...

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Avoid One of the Worst Enemies of Remote Work: Micromanagement

by Daniel Sanchez Reina  |  July 27, 2020

Remote work is the new normal for many. Leaders who sense a lack of control due to their lack of employee interaction may micromanage their teams, leading to reduced engagement,...

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My #1 Work-at-home Tip: Know Yourself

by Craig Roth  |  March 30, 2020

I've seen many tips lately for new remote workers. But what works for some people may not for others.  Creating a strict schedule, designating a workspace, keeping out kids and pets,...

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The Connector Manager – A book review

by Mark P. McDonald  |  October 26, 2019

Organizations face a constant challenge to build the right skills in their people.  Employees see their manager as a critical player in building those skills, but managers rather themselves as...

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Generation Z: How to Lead These Wonderful Young People

by Daniel Sanchez Reina  |  July 27, 2019

Generation Z people exhibit different behaviors compared with previous generations, yet are perceived and managed like Millennials -wrongly. Leaders who know how to retain, inspire and lead Gen Zers will...

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2 in 1: Boost Engagement in your Team while Creating a Constant-Learning Mindset

by Daniel Sanchez Reina  |  May 21, 2019

Constant learning and engagement are key to this fast-forward digital era. The digital economy evolves at a pace that continuously demands new ideas, new ventures and new business models. Upskilling...

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Employee Experience: The Key to CX Success

by Cassandra Nordlund  |  March 27, 2019

“PC load letter? What does THAT mean?” This is a favorite line from a classic 1999 comedy film Office Space, where an employee attempts to print a document only to...

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