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Creating a Company Vision & Values for Remote Work

[fa icon="calendar'] August 18 / by Jason Heckl posted in values, vision, remote work

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As COVID-19 sweeps the globe, along with the reality that many will not be returning to an office anytime soon, people and organizations in various industries are being squeezed into a remote work setting. All of a sudden - after years of speculation, we've been thrust into the future of work.

This post will highlight the importance of a company vision and values for remote work, as well as how to go about creating them.

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Overcoming Communication Challenges: Interview with Matt Barnett

[fa icon="calendar'] June 04 / by Anthony Taylor posted in people, communication, remote work

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On this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, Matt Barnett from Bonjoro joins us to discuss remote work and how to grow your team, communication challenges, and how personalized video communication can improve both company culture and client relationships.

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Stages of Team Development During Times of Change

[fa icon="calendar'] April 24 / by Jenna Sedmak posted in Change management, team building, Planning for the future, remote work, crisis management, Tuckman's Stages of team development, team development

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Sudden changes, such as the current COVID-19 global health crisis has caused a disruption in every-day business, while many individuals and teams find themselves navigating new ways to work together effectively.

While Tuckman’s Stages of Team Development apply to newly formed teams, they also apply to teams that encounter new situations or experience abrupt change and disruption.  

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Using the Full Function of Zoom to Work Remotely

[fa icon="calendar'] March 23 / by Jason Heckl posted in communication, remote work, crisis management

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The COVID-19 virus has slowed and even halted the day-to-day operations of many organizations around the world. While some countries and industries have been impacted more than others, self isolation and quarantine still allow many to work remotely. It's important to remember that many people don't have the ability to work at all right now, so the ones that can work remotely are the lucky ones.

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Remote Working, Crisis Management & Business Continuity During COVID-19

[fa icon="calendar'] March 19 / by Jenna Sedmak posted in Strategic planning, remote work, crisis management

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Although some professionals, like Bill Gates, have stated that we need to be prepared for the next global pandemic,  the swift spread of COVID-19 and cascading global impacts were unexpected. After an abundance of COVID-19 related deaths in China, medical systems collapsing in Italy, and expert recommendations to flatten the curve, many businesses have shifted to remote work, are operating in a limited capacity, or have had to close their doors. 

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