We are living in unprecedented times and staying positive is extremely difficult for many people. We are self-distancing, we cannot travel, we are separated from family and friends, vacations are on hold, divorce rates are up, and many people are uncertain about their future. In light of all this, it is only natural to feel a little less positive. Continue reading “Tips to Maintain a Positive Attitude During Challenging Times” »
After an exceedingly long day of online meetings, I said to my husband, “I think I am Zoomed out.” No kidding! Zoom fatigue is a growing phenomenon. Regardless of whether you are on Zoom, GoToMeeting, Adobe Connect, or any of these amazing tools that allow us to connect with people all over the planet, the COVID-19 reality is sinking in. Continue reading “How Team Leaders Can Combat Remote Work Fatigue” »
In the world before COVID-19, the default way to meet was by phone. Within a few short months, that default has flipped to Zoom, MSTeams, GoToMeeting etc. Continue reading “Refreshing Ground Rules for Zoom Meetings” »
Putting together a volunteer team for an association, charity, church or other non-profit organization is always a fine balance. You want to make sure your potential prospects hit the trifecta: 1) able to do the job, 2) willing to do the job and 3) you can trust them to do a good job. Continue reading “Pique Your Team’s Interest in Volunteering: Door Metaphor” »
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