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Is the Hybrid Workplace Here to Stay? [Infographic]

Brian Wallace September 15, 2021 Since 2020, the number of Americans working from home has increased threefold. 95% of office workers transitioned to remote work at least part time during the pandemic. The move has proven popular; 97% now say they want remote work to stay. Workers have come to appreciate the flexibility remote work … Continue reading Is the Hybrid Workplace Here to Stay? [Infographic]

3 Productivity Hacks Successful Entrepreneurs Use to Stay Productive

Daglar Cizmeci July 30, 2021 As an entrepreneur, staying positive throughout your journey can be challenging. Despite fluctuating markets and ever-changing consumer behaviours, the need to keep your business or idea growing while innovating within the means of new products and services aligning with demands can feel draining, to say the least. Thanks to the … Continue reading 3 Productivity Hacks Successful Entrepreneurs Use to Stay Productive

Why It’s So Important to Stop Telling People to Stay in Their Lane

Liz Kislik July 22, 2021   Whenever a particular bit of business jargon comes up multiple times in the same week from different clients, I always wonder what ripples are moving through the corporate zeitgeist! Are you hearing about people being asked to “stay in their lane”? One conflict-averse vice president described herself as staying … Continue reading Why It’s So Important to Stop Telling People to Stay in Their Lane

How to Pivot to Stay Relevant in Business Today

Stan Peake May 17, 2021 If the pandemic has reminded (or taught) entrepreneurs anything, it’s resourcefulness. In some cases, waning or obsolete markets forced founders to rethink the utility of their suddenly useless inventory stockpile. In other cases, lockdowns or travel restrictions simply prevented business as usual from running its course, and executives and business … Continue reading How to Pivot to Stay Relevant in Business Today

Why This Is the Time to Hold “Stay” Interviews with Your People

Liz Kislik May 14, 2021   As the U.S. continues opening up after the pandemic’s multiple waves, it’s likely that there will be surges in turnover even as many employers need more staff, not less. Research from Eagle Hill Consulting suggests that 25 percent of current employees are already planning to leave their jobs, and … Continue reading Why This Is the Time to Hold “Stay” Interviews with Your People