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Promoting Mentorship in Remote Teams

by Amy Steinberg · Published Sep 17, 2019 · Last updated Sep 17, 2019

Mentorship lies in very specific moments, a light bulb going off for an employee that their supervisor or colleague wants to help them succeed. Much of what we think of traditionally as mentoring behavior is tied up in spontaneous conversations over coffee or across a cubicle wall, without planning. When…

Creating a Positive Culture… With a Mix of Remote and Non-Remote Workers

by Amy Steinberg · Published Sep 8, 2019 · Last updated Sep 11, 2019

Workers in a company where the culture is vibrant and supportive can feel like they are set up to succeed, making them more motivated to achieve their best rather than just a reasonable outcome.  As more offices reap the benefits of offering remote work possibilities, the cultures that have been…

Steps to Building a Successful Remote Team

by Amy Steinberg · Published Sep 3, 2019 · Last updated Sep 3, 2019

More and more companies are relying on remote teams to work on projects. While technology has made it convenient for people to work together from any location, there are certain challenges that come with this approach. As a relatively new way of working, businesses are still figuring out some of…

6 Struggles Remote Workers Know All Too Well

by Amy Steinberg · Published Aug 27, 2019 · Last updated Aug 27, 2019

According to some estimates, 52% of global employees work remotely at least one day per week. Most of us have internet connections and reliable computers now, so that number will likely only rise in the future. There are many benefits that come with remote work. You probably know about them:…

6 Steps to Create a Happier Remote Work Experience

by Amy Steinberg · Published Aug 20, 2019 · Last updated Aug 20, 2019

Working remotely is not a new experience for many employees. Many employers have realized the benefits to themselves and their workforce by allowing work location flexibility or outsourcing their operations entirely to home offices. However, many employees are dismayed to discover that, without any preparation, the process of becoming a…

8 Qualities of a Successful Remote Professional

by Amy Steinberg · Published Aug 13, 2019 · Last updated Aug 13, 2019

In the United States alone, more than 3.9 million workers are now remote; untold millions more from other countries round out a growing segment of the world’s population. An even greater number of workers have work flexibility that includes part-time remote work, such as arrangements to work from home a…

How to Plan an Effective All-Hands Meeting

by Amy Steinberg · Published Aug 6, 2019 · Last updated Aug 6, 2019

Company-wide meetings don’t have to feel like just another meeting on your calendar. If run correctly, these meetings can drive a company’s transparent culture and assist in ensuring that teams are aligned. It can be a positive place to share and celebrate business updates and milestones. Are you ready to…

6 Steps to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

by Amy Steinberg · Published Feb 26, 2019 · Last updated Apr 23, 2019

Everybody’s talking about emotional intelligence. Traditionally, emotion and intelligence were seen as being in opposition to one another. How could you make intelligent decisions about emotional matters when emotions tend to de-rail us? Today, emotional intelligence is considered a nonverbal process that influences your thinking and also how you connect…

Agile: More Than Just a Buzzword

by Amy Steinberg · Published Feb 19, 2019 · Last updated Feb 19, 2019

What does it mean to be agile? The word calls upon images of dexterity, flexibility, and even grace. Someone who is agile can adapt to changing situations and expectations, giving them the ability to deliver high-quality results even when things do not go as planned—or even when the whole plan…

7 Daily Reminders To Help You Succeed

by Amy Steinberg · Published Feb 12, 2019 · Last updated Feb 12, 2019

Positive affirmations are sometimes attributed to spiritual gurus, hipsters, and yogis but the truth is, there is mounting evidence that positive thinking indeed affects the way we perform. However, there is a trick to these affirmations. In business, every organization has a mission statement and no matter where one is…