Tracking the Trend: Is the Coronavirus a Tipping Point for Virtual Work?

As we face the potential of quarantine caused by the COVID-19 virus, many are being forced into quarantine. Amazon, Microsoft, and Expedia are asking employees to work from home. Harvard and University of Washington are only holding classes online. My grandson’s first grade class in Bothell, Washington has also gone to online classes for two weeks. Could we be seeing a linear trend toward the virtual workplace? Read More

Overcoming 10 Challenges When Working from Home

With the Coronavirus Pandemic shutdown, many are suddenly working remotely, creating a virtual office for the first time. That creates problems for both management and staff. In this post, we discuss the ten challenges to overcome working remotely. Read More

7+ Ways Bad Leaders Kill Your Energy to Disrupt – and What You Can Do to Make it Better

Don’t you just hate it when things are going well at work and the boss changes things and kills the energy? Here are 7 ways bad leaders kill our energy to disrupt.  Just for good measure, I’ll add a bonus one.   First, they let their EGO get in the way. Ego kills energy because it… Read More