Putting aside all the not-so-great things that happened in 2020, one bright spot is the explosion in popularity of the email newsletter.
Introverts are often overworked and under-recognized stars on a team. If you’re one, here's how to foster an inclusive environment that allows you to shine on your own terms.
If there’s anything that working remotely during a pandemic has taught us, it’s that there’s no time like the present to adapt, and transform your organization. From dismantling corporate hierarchy to becoming more transparent, here are five key shifts to make before 2021.
Supporting Black mental health isn’t the same as taking a stance to support the Black Lives Matter movement. Asha Atkins, founder and host of the podcast, “Truth Is” dives into her experiences navigating being a Black woman and mother in Corporate America, and shares how leaders can go beyond surface level conversations and D&I initiatives.
Remote work *is* amazing. You might be experiencing remote work for the very first time in the age of a pandemic. Hundreds of thousands of people are. We're here to tell you: this isn’t actually remote work at all.
We are experiencing so much grief as 2020 continues to be the year unlike any other. We must permit ourselves to feel to have healthy environments where we can thrive.
We Are Rosie founder Stephanie Nadi Olson interviews emerging voices on the future of work
Stephanie Nadi Olson sits down with Tiffany Dufu, Founder & CEO of The Cru, a peer coaching service and community for women looking to accelerate their professional and personal growth.