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Learn how to use the Microsoft Teams Video Clips feature for async communication that can replace having to schedule yet another meeting.
Productivity will (and should) temporarily decline as offices reopen. As more and more offices are finally reopening and teams are transitioning to a hybrid work environment it is critical to support yourself and your teams with Ruthless Prioritization. For those...
6 tips for how to help a team member up the “Camera Comfort Curve”.
Are you sure you understood the assignment? Just because you are out of eyeshot and earshot of your manager or direct reports, doesn’t mean you can’t be on the same page about project objectives, roles, responsibilities, timing, and more…so that everyone actually understands the assignment.
Use an Assignment Brief to avoid wasting time and ensure you are on the same page from the beginning.
Sacha leads a panel with Virtual Work Insider clients on how they, and the large enterprises they lead, have adapted to remote and hybrid work.
Sacha Connor discusses three key skills to thriving in a hybrid work environment in her latest podcast with IDEO U.
Dan Schmitz, a Consultant at ON THE MARK, shares practical strategies to improve morale within virtual work environments.
Sacha Connor is celebrating her 10 year remotiversary – a decade of working fully remotely! We know so many of you are hitting your 10 month remote work milestone and have done an incredible job of taking on the rapid transition to remote work with energy and commitment.
For most companies, I believe the future will be hybrid (NOT fully remote) – with some people working in offices, some fully remote, and some flexing between the two. Please don’t underestimate the growing pains that will come with this transition.
Have you ever started your day with optimism and a long to-do list only to finish with a deflated or perplexed feeling and most of the list undone?
This is a common story, but easily remedied with a small investment of time.
At first look video conferencing seems like the obvious choice as the optimal communication tool to hold a virtual job interview, but there can be some serious unintended consequences of video interviews that can hinder a company’s diverse candidate pool.