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COVID Killed the Traditional Workplace. What Should Companies Do Now?
08 MAR 2021|by Dina Gerdeman
When the pandemic recedes, executives can’t expect office life to be as it was. But they can create a new work world that will keep employees happy and productive, say Harvard Business School faculty members.
Training During COVID – 3 Things That Are Here to Stay in L&D
March 2021 | Mimeo
As we hit the one year milestone of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, it is worth pausing to evaluate how the pandemic has changed corporate training. From what our Learning & Development (L&D) customers are doing, we see three things that are here to stay. Read on to find out what they are and their implications.
Leading a Virtual Team is Harder! 5 Tips to make it Easier
January 2021 | Evoke Virtual
The bottom line is that leaders can't manage virtual teams with the same skill set they use to manage a collocated team. We need to ask more of our leaders, not less.
Here are five tips to help leaders manage a virtual team:
Measuring the Impact of Leadership Training During the Pandemic
March 11,2021 - A Case Study
Through a sample of 114 participants and their immediate direct reports, L&D leaders wanted to understand how applying the approach, principles and techniques could drive leader behaviors that promote higher performance. Their six-level measurement strategy was designed to answer six simple questions:
14 Ways To Project Warmth And Foster Connections In Virtual Meetings
December 20, 2020 | Forbes
With in-person meetings on hold indefinitely due to the Covid-19 pandemic, professionals everywhere are searching for ways to connect with others during virtual meetings. As virtual work environments become the new normal, how can one forge meaningful connections in online meetings?
March 2020 | Fast Company
I’m struck by the number of confident, competent executives who’ve confessed to me that they’re struggling to lead teams in the virtual world. Their efforts to get groups to collaborate or coalesce around a topic are met with crickets in the background and listless bobbing of heads on a screen.
If your teams aren’t crushing it online, you’re doing it wrong.