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How Do You Envision the Future of Work?

16 August 2022

How Do You Envision the Future of Work?

Author: Mary E. Corrado

For those of you close to my age, do you remember as a child thinking about what the year 2000 would be like?  I envisioned us all living like the Jetsons.  I even had my own personal robot.  But as we got closer to the actual year 2000, it didn’t feel that different. Yes, technology had advanced, but we weren’t the Jetsons!

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How Do You Envision the Future of Work?

16 August 2022

How Do You Envision the Future of Work?

Author: Wendy LoCicero

For those of you close to my age, do you remember as a child thinking about what the year 2000 would be like?  I envisioned us all living like the Jetsons.  I even had my own personal robot.  But as we got closer to the actual year 2000, it didn’t feel that different. Yes, technology had advanced, but we weren’t the Jetsons!

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Lead From Anywhere

2 August 2022

Lead From Anywhere

Author: Mary E. Corrado

I hear a lot of talk around remote and hybrid work for employees, but not as much about leading from a remote location.  While there might be some unique challenges in leading from afar, great leaders can lead from anywhere.

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Great Additions to Your Summer Reading List

19 July 2022

Great Additions to Your Summer Reading List

Author: Mary E. Corrado

My summer reading list just keeps getting longer, and I just stumbled upon this list of seven New York Times bestselling business books that all professionals should read.  I’ve only read one of them, so I guess my list just grew by six more books!

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Learning to Recognize Your Own Burnout

5 July 2022

Learning to Recognize Your Own Burnout

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Burnout has become a negative trend in the workplace today.  It seems more common today as workplaces deal with the pandemic and a potentially impending recession.  Leaders are trained to identify and manage burnout in their employees.  But who is looking out for them?

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The 7-Word Rule for Remote Work Privilege

21 June 2022

The 7-Word Rule for Remote Work Privilege

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Elon Musk recently met with the staff of twitter and during that meeting he talked about his 7-word rule for working remote – “if somebody is exceptional at their job.”

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The Tweet Heard ‘Round the World

7 June 2022

The Tweet Heard ‘Round the World

Author: Mary E. Corrado

I'm sure by now you’ve seen or heard about the Elon Musk memo leaked on Twitter telling his senior staff that all employees must report to the office for a minimum of 40 hours per week.  When another Twitter user asked, “Any additional comment to people who think coming into work is an antiquated concept?”, Elon’s response, the Tweet heard around the world was, “They should pretend to work somewhere else.”

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Another Take on a Revised Workweek – The 4 + 1 Week

24 May 2022

Another Take on a Revised Workweek – The 4 + 1 Week

Author: Mary E. Corrado

In my last blog I wrote about 4-day workweeks. Since then, I learned about another option some organizations are implementing – the 4 + 1 workweek.  A week like this reserves one day per week for training and development.

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Considerations for Offering Summer Hours

10 May 2022

Considerations for Offering Summer Hours

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Does your organization offer summer hours, otherwise known as summer Fridays, to staff? Some organizations do, and it seems to be becoming even more popular. With summer quickly approaching, this is a good time to look at the pros and cons if you are considering this flexible working option.

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Does Remote Work Increase Presenteeism?

26 April 2022

Does Remote Work Increase Presenteeism?

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Presenteeism refers to the lost productivity that occurs when employees are not fully functioning in the workplace because of an illness, injury, or other condition.  While employees mean well when they work while ill, it can have negative effects in the workplace.

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Is it The Great Resignation or The Great “Job Switcharoo”?

12 April 2022

Is it The Great Resignation or The Great “Job Switcharoo”?

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Since the pandemic, the U.S. has experienced what is now coined The Great Resignation.  The nation’s quit rate reached an all-time high this past November.  However, the national unemployment rate is now at a low 3.6%.  So, while employees are resigning, they are not resigning entirely from the workforce as many initially assumed.

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Are You Bogged Down with Too Many Meetings?

29 March 2022

Are You Bogged Down with Too Many Meetings?

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Have you ever been in a meeting and thought to yourself, “this could have been an email”?  Short-form video might be the answer.

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Do You Have a Toxic Culture Alarm System?

15 March 2022

Do You Have a Toxic Culture Alarm System?

Author: Mary E. Corrado

With the recent time change we were all reminded to check the batteries in our smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms.  But there is one alarm that many of us might not have or think about, and that’s a toxic culture alarm.  How are we warned if our organization’s culture is becoming toxic?

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It’s a New Normal and Leadership Must Adjust

1 March 2022

It’s a New Normal and Leadership Must Adjust

Author: Mary E. Corrado

With the pandemic finally slowing down and many offices scheduling their reopening, it’s important to take a look at how the workplace and employee expectations have changed. Leaders must make adjustments to address these changes.

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Is Your Organization Experiencing Toxic Productivity

15 February 2022

Is Your Organization Experiencing Toxic Productivity

Author: Mary E. Corrado

Since the pandemic began and employees began working from home, many organizations have seen an uptick in productivity.  This has largely been viewed as a positive outcome, but it isn’t always. Several studies now show that this newfound productivity can be considered toxic.

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