Belonging (or not belonging) at work is a lived experience for employees, but should be a practiced value and KPI for businesses. In new research, Sarah Judd Welch, Principal and CEO of innovation consultancy Sharehold examines the impact of mass remote work, civil turbulence and general uncertainty on our sense of belonging at work, and offers insight into a future in which everyone can perform at full potential.
Sometimes getting laid off isn’t totally unforeseen. But what does come as a shocker, are the plans disrupted by a global pandemic. Marketer Norman Ellis gathers 7 questions everyone should ask themselves if they plan on switching careers.
In my own day-to-day as a digital operations specialist, I look at what a client’s task objective is and break down how we’re going to make it happen. In 2020, I’ve learned this skill isn’t just something that can be applied to advertising operations but rather, to life.
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.
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.
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.