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Six months ago, if you had asked even my closest friends if I, the die-hard city gal, would ever move, they would have bet any sum that I would not. I would have made that bet myself.
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.
I wish it hadn’t taken me this long to figure out what questions I should have been asking myself.
Has the pandemic brought teams closer together? This June 2020 research study with 75 industry leaders shows that compassionate leadership has positive effects on employees and teamwork despite high stress and physical distance.
Before 2020, conversations around the “future of work” felt distantly utopic, centering fantastical Jetsons-like visions of an efficient future led by AI and automation. But the screeching halt on business as usual via the global pandemic, lockdowns, and...
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.
The Future of Work is
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We Are Rosie founder Stephanie Nadi Olson interviews emerging voices on the future of work
Season 1 Episode 6: Who is going to lead the future? It’s not going to look the way we’ve been used to.
Stephanie Nadi Olson sits down with Kat Gordon, Founder and CEO of The 3% Movement and author of the forthcoming book “The Future Belongs to Belonging: How Inclusive Cultures Unlock World-Changing Creativity.”