July 29, 2020

It’s your first day at your new job. You have a new outfit on, leave early to get to work on time, walk in and start meeting everyo…..errrr wait. Times have changed! There is no commute, there is no meeting face-to-face, there is no one waiting at the office door to gr...

July 21, 2020

Have you ever worked hard on a project and then at the last minute had your manager jump in on an email chain and start making demands and changes without knowing the full context? If so, you aren’t alone. Today’s micromanager is likely someone who wants things their w...

June 23, 2020

Wellbeing has taken on a whole new meaning in the workplace. The shift started when more millennials entered the workplace demanding perks and benefits that focused on them as a "whole-person." Then, Covid-19 hit and employees are dealing with a crisis which might have...

June 1, 2020

Sometimes the only thing standing in the way of you doing your best is...you. Everyone has those little voices in their head telling them they aren’t good enough or can’t do something. Confidence isn’t something that happens overnight. It takes time and practice.

Here a...

May 4, 2020

I recently talked to Kaitlin Davis, Content Specialist at Adobe, to learn more about how people and companies are adjusting to a remote workforce.

Here are a few of my key takeaways:

*Think about which employees are usually super outgoing and social. Make sure to hav...

April 7, 2020

I talked with Liz Cole, a non-profit professional, to get some insight on how leaders are changing their strategy and work style to adapt to the pandemic. Watch the full video for some quick tips or read the summary below:

How have you adjusted to th...

March 16, 2020

A lot of companies have moved to a remote workforce. Not being able to see someone or talk face-to-face brings a lot of challenges for a leader. Virtual doesn’t have to mean impersonal. Here are some tips to keep your employees motivated while working from home: 

Indivi...

March 9, 2020

There is no such thing as the perfect culture or work environment. Workplaces are constantly challenged with stopping bad behavior, keeping morale up, and keeping negativity to a minimum. Although no place is perfect, some leaders deal with issues much better than othe...

February 25, 2020

At the core of every successful business is happy, engaged, and motivated employees who work hard to live out the company’s mission. But every business experiences turnover and it can be very costly. Here are 5 steps to take when your company is experiencing high turno...

February 17, 2020

Aware of it or not, you are constantly communicating with your nonverbal behaviors. Much of the time, those nonverbals don’t align with what you are saying. If you are crossing your arms and focusing on your computer, and telling someone how great they are, which do yo...

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