Working from home is here to stay. Working with (and leading) remote employees is a fact of life we need to accept and learn to manage.
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As we adopt new ways of living because of the COVID-19 pandemic, agencies will need to consider creative approaches to their remote work strategy.
Instead of working so hard, we should pause and reflect. We must recognize we have lost something we don’t know the full value of.
Slow Cultures see risk in opportunity cost. Swift Cultures see risk in opportunity lost.
Working from home brings new challenges and new risks. Cyberthreats can be kept at bay by following these four tips.
Why aren’t more government employees working remotely?
As we approach 2019, if you are still an in-office style of company, here are some professional benefits of telework. Remember, your customers will only get excellent customer service, if your employees are getting excellent customer service from you. How are you showing up for your employees?
Wondering how you can get the most from a work from home situation? Check out the pros and cons and how you can ask to work from home here.
When the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) urged D.C. federal agencies to let employees work from home during the Pope’s visit from September 22–24, the idea threw many govies into ecstasy. While government will officially be open for business, the OPM is encouraging “workplace flexibility options” like telework or a day off so they don’t add to the expected holy mayhem. Many agenciesRead… Read more »
After a decade of working for other people, I’ve started my own business. I’m pretty excited. I’m using my skills, knowledge, abilities, and connections, and I have no one to answer to but myself. If I succeed, it’s because I worked hard. If I fail, it’s because I didn’t get the formula right. The bestRead… Read more »