It’s hotter than hot out and I personally think it’s making people (including myself) a little less patient… here’s some tips that may help! https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/how-to-be-patient-37088603 This Talking Tuesday is recommended by: Sarah Hoyle, LEED Green Assoc.
When we say “yes” to everything, it’s easy to lose sight of what we need and deserve. It can also leave us depleted because we simply are not able to do it all. Setting boundaries with other people and learning how to say “no” frees up space to focus on the tasks that are mostContinue reading “Say no to Burnout”
I came across this news article about London testing out a 4-day workweek. “After the pandemic, people want a work-life balance” is what Joe Ryle, the campaign director of London’s new campaign, said in an interview. It sounds like a healthy idea to shorten the work week, on the other hand, for the workers thatContinue reading “The 4-Day Workweek?”
My husband relayed a story to me about a recent call he was on in which some fellow colleagues were talking about (humblebragging about) how they had stayed up until 2am to work on the current project and then woken up at 4am.
I recently learned about the passing of my company’s founder, Art Gensler. The stories I heard from colleagues showed how passionate he was about the industry and about people. A fellow administrator on the West Coast told me he would make a point at large company social events to sit with and get to knowContinue reading “How to Grow Your Grit”
Working across silos is fraught with challenges, especially when it comes to meetings. Turf wars, internal politics, and lack of focus all interfere with a productive conversation, leading to wasted time and frustration. Fortunately, there are ways to solve problems faster, reduce repetition, and be more productive through a technique called claiming… Read on for moreContinue reading “Cross-Team Meetings Don’t Have to Be a Waste of Time”
Reflecting on our Presidential Inauguration, the topic of traditions came to mind. Many of us during our conversion to a virtual world were wondering how to keep up with company (and even our family) traditions over the holiday and other special events. We often have discussions on company culture as well. It makes me realizeContinue reading “7 Reasons Why Traditions Are So Important”
While it is still January, some may still be reflecting on New Year’s Resolutions. I found the attached article interesting and love the rock, pebbles, and sand analysis. Enjoy and take care! Rethinking Resolutions — Prioritizing for the New Year | Purpose in Leadership This Talking Tuesday is recommended by: Sherie Russell
“Whether you are working in a socially-distanced office or hiding from the webcam in your bed (hand raised), you may find yourself challenged to come up with ways to safely engage teams during this holiday season. The article below provides a few unique ideas to help!” … Read more here. This Talking Tuesday is recommendedContinue reading “Remote Team Celebrations”
From Aecumen, LLC, written by Scott D. Butcher, FSMPS, CPSM For the past several years, “content marketing” has been the buzzword in the business world. We’ve all been told about the importance of blogs, ebooks, white papers, vlogs (video blogs), and more. And we’ve seen how some of the leading firms in our industry –Continue reading “Those that Lead, Speak. And Write. The Role of Content Marketing”