Covid-19 has hit us hard and the end is not yet in sight. There are many ways company cultures are adapting and changing during this time. We’ve found 3 ways to save company culture while doing remote work.
The words “distanced,” “isolated,” “separate,” “apart,” and “unnecessary” are now commonly used words in our everyday communication. However, these words don’t have to be a part of how we talk about our companies. Though physically distanced, the yearning for face-to-face collaboration and social interaction doesn’t need to exist while we are working from home. We thought of 4 new ways managers can connect with their team while working remotely.
The single common thing that sets a failing organization from a successful one is when managers consistently make decisions. Successful organizations never make conservative decisions and aren’t afraid of failure. When done correctly, failure can move a company forward.
The ideal workplace has changed throughout time. In the 21st century, it is now more critical than ever that managers create meaningful and individual relationships with their employees. This article includes six areas of a workplace that managers can focus on to create a workplace culture their employees enjoy and never want to leave.
Managers are now more visible to their companies than ever before. Managers have a unique opportunity to make an impactful difference among employees. The transition to remote work has proved many challenges. A new dynamic to the workforce will be created that could’ve never been expected. Here are tips on how to make remote work not only productive but also successful.
If you’ve ever studied chess, you quickly discover that there is a game within the game. Three in fact! The Opening, The Mid-Game, and the Endgame. These strategic phases—and how the astute player moves through them—correlates with the path organizations take to face new challenges and grow.