By Brad McKenna and Lena Waizenegger and Wenjie Cai—The Conversation August 23, 2020 Before the lockdown, people who voluntarily worked remotely were often marginalized compared with their colleagues working in the office. Studies show that remote workers could often feel professionally and socially isolated. The physical distance between remote workers and their on-site colleagues meant … Continue reading This is why we need to keep having virtual meetings after we go back to the office
By J. Douglas Holladay August 21, 2020 Nothing strikes closer to the heart of what we truly value and believe than do our views of success and failure. So, what is success? It can be difficult to get our minds around this elusive concept. Our thinking on this matter is deeply embedded in our subconscious … Continue reading Is your definition of success missing this one thing?
By Academy of Management August 15, 2020 Lots of managers try to hire employees who share Mark Twain’s view on work: “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” But earning a living is important, too, so shouldn’t candidates prioritize pay and benefits as well? According … Continue reading Asking this question during an interview can wreck your shot at getting the job