Everyone wants to kill the CoronaVirus, but no one wants to let the CoronaVirus kill their business! Some businesses have been hit a lot harder than others. Face it, it’s not easy, fast or free to adapt your product or service to the new normal
Are you about to get the go-ahead to reopen your business? Or maybe you have been operating with very strict guidelines and now some of those are going to be eliminated. We would all like to get back to normal again and get our businesses up and running
Hiring during these difficult times? Are you tempted to take shortcuts and forego background checks? Especially for temporary workers unique hired to help during Covid 19?
Is your company hiding bad news? Are you avoiding honest communication with your clients or employees? What we see and hear on the news is scary enough. Now more than ever, people want the straight story.
Never has there been a time when such a high volume of people are using technology to work remotely. Although many of you have worked at home at least part of the time, for some people, this may be their first experience working remotely.
For most of us, the coronavirus pandemic is the most drastic situation we have ever experienced in our lifetime. It has affected every facet of our lives whether you are young or old, rich or poor. This virus has forced us to go through stages of grief over loss of our normal life – our routines, finances, work and our general feeling of well-being.
If you are managing a workforce that is made up of volunteers, you may think that everyone you work with will be caring, honest people that want to donate their time and talent to help the community and your organization. Although this is going to be true a lot of the time, you cannot assume it is always the case.
In an ideal world, common sense would allow everyone the ability to see reality and reach an accurate conclusion that would be clear to everyone quickly. What a time saver that would be! Do you wish all your employees or co-workers had common sense? Most people think of common sense as sound judgment that is gained from
Most employees spend 10 or more hours per month whining, complaining, or listening to others complain, about their bosses or the upper management in their company. And if you count the whining they do about their peers or direct reports, it’s even more.
Whether you are just starting out or have many years of experience, you may have a common misconception about how your career will progress. Do you expect your managers or supervisor at your company to have your success at the top of their agenda? Although there are some great managers out there who work at…