Our thought leadership in blogs and podcasts

  • Even if you aren't on the East coast of the USA, it's likely that you'll know or work with someone who is, meaning that Hurricane Sandy will probably have some impact on your work. That's the curse - and the blessing - of today's connected workplace.
  • One of the biggest challenges people have with training or a meeting done via a webinar is that it's a bit like fast food. It fills a hole, but doesn't stick with you very long (assuming it doesn't also leave you feeling somewhat queasy!)
  • Virtual meetings are a fact of life, but that doesn't mean we enjoy them very much. So let's look at five reasons people hate virtual meetings and see if we can't make them less odious.
  • Leadership is a rare enough at the best of times. Leading people when you aren't in close contact with them is even harder. But it's not impossible. You simply have to understand the dynamics of working remotely and adjust.
  • One of the hardest things about pulling a team together is getting the disparate pieces to think of themselves as a whole - to think of all of you as "we". This is more than soft and mushy sentiment, however - there's real science involved.