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Posted by on Aug 17, 2022

5 Tips for a Connected Virtual Workforce

5 Tips for a Connected Virtual Workforce

  We love to share what we’ve learned, and now so can you! Save*, print, or share this graphic to use as a reference point as you work to build a connected team. Want information on supporting your remote team further? Sign up for our one day course, Managing Virtual Teams.   *To save this […]

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Posted by on Aug 8, 2022

5 Best Practices for a Connected Virtual Workforce

5 Best Practices for a Connected Virtual Workforce

  Over the last two years, most of us have had to adapt quickly after being dropped into our remote workplaces, which are often our living rooms, bedrooms, or kitchens. And we’ve normalized and adapted to those solo workdays quickly. As we creep steadily into our third year of working from home, it’s important to […]

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Posted by on Jul 13, 2022

The New Normal Requires Resilience and Adaptability

The New Normal Requires Resilience and Adaptability

Unrelenting change at unprecedented speed. This is the environment that federal government employees have encountered for the past two years; a landscape that included a pandemic and its residual effects. It was a novel event with no playbook that taxed the workforce in unique ways. And yet, the challenge was met, although not without cost […]

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Posted by on Apr 6, 2021

Unconscious Gender Bias in the Federal Workplace

Unconscious Gender Bias in the Federal Workplace

Fifty-seven years ago, when the Civil Rights Act of 1964 became law, women and people of color rejoiced. It was official. Discriminating on the basis of race or gender was illegal. Although the landmark bill changed the “face” of the United States labor force, women still lag in pay equity and advancement to senior-level positions; […]

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Posted by on Dec 18, 2020

Feeling SAD over the Holidays?

Feeling SAD over the Holidays?

Winter is here. The days are shorter, which means that we have less sunlight, which gives us less time to socialize – and that’s under normal circumstances. For an estimated 10 million Americans, of which 80% are women, these conditions have been known to cause Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a type of recurring major depression. […]

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Posted by on Aug 26, 2020

A Tale of Two Labor Day Perspectives

A Tale of Two Labor Day Perspectives

Two young men will be celebrating their careers this Labor Day. As individuals, they represent the dichotomy of the challenges we face in building teams from both sides of the work divide. There is a crucial Labor Day lesson that we can learn from their work. On one side, we have Dr. Adam, who is […]

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