“Never let a good crisis go to waste.”
– Sir Winston Churchill
Flatten the curve.
Do I shower today?
Work from home (WFH).
Who would have thought these words would be so frequently used by our worldwide lexicon?
Here is some great advice on helping your virtual employees to adjust to remote work – Read more:
I sincerely hope that you and yours are safe, happy, and healthy,
12 Geniuses Podcast:
Entrepreneurial expert Gino Wickman joins 12 Geniuses to discuss what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur and how to make the best decisions for your business. He also discusses common mistakes made by entrepreneurs, the entrepreneur’s identity after they sell their business, and the impact of COVID-19 on entrepreneurship.
The Human & Business Case For Remote Work:
The Virtual Manager LinkedIn Group:
This LinkedIn Group was founded with the expressed purpose of sharing Best Practices as they relate to effectively managing virtual employees, as well as the Best Practices of working remotely. Thus, it is a group meant to help both Virtual Managers and Virtual Employees. Even before the Coronavirus pandemic, 50% of the worldwide workforce was virtual to some degree or another. Post-Coronavirus, this LinkedIn Group has become even more important. If you are a remote employee, we encourage you to join the group.
Here are some other new resources you can use to take your organization to a whole new level vis-à-vis employee engagement, talent attraction, and talent retention: