There’s a lot of talk about how the workforce of the future will perform in offices that are redesigned or reimagined for the ongoing pandemic. Of course, it’s helpful to think through that in terms of how the workplace has changed over the last few decades. It didn’t always look like the open spaces that … Continue reading How the Office Job Has Evolved in the Last Century
It’s becoming more and more common for people to work from home, either full-time or even just a few days per week. If your career allows you to work virtually, it’s likely you’ve found yourself trying to be productive at home only to be derailed by a myriad of different distractions. For the last seven … Continue reading How to Stay Focused While Working from Home
It’s a Dr. Seuss book that has become the standard gift to give someone for graduation, “Oh the Places You’ll Go!” I have my own copy stored somewhere. I truly haven’t thought much about this book since my own college graduation, but recently the words in that title have never been truer of my professional … Continue reading Oh the Places You’ll…Work!
The following post comes to us from Jenny Holt, who transitioned from a corporate HR career into freelance writing. In this article, she shares her insights on helping employees cope with grief. 5 Ways To Help And Support Employees Coping With Grief Grieving a deceased loved one is one of the most unbearable things that … Continue reading 5 Ways To Help And Support Employees Coping With Grief (Contribution from freelance writer Jenny Holt)
The first Monday of each month, I dust off a favorite post from the Bennis Inc Blog archives and give you another chance to enjoy the wit and wisdom that’s been shared. Enjoy this month’s treasure – and if it inspires you – be sure to share it with family and friends! Simply put, clutter is stuck … Continue reading Clearing Out the Mental Clutter
More and more people are realizing the benefits of working from home and making the transition into a virtual work environment. The core benefits are obvious, but there are also pitfalls to avoid. The biggest is hitting unproductive roadblocks when you’re in full control (and fully accountable) for your own schedule. So what are the … Continue reading How to Stay Productive When Working from Home
The following guest post comes to us from Sarah Pike, a Community Outreach Coordinator for BusinessBee, an innovative and resourceful company that helps small companies successfully manage and grow their businesses. Sarah is also a college writing instructor. Be sure to visit her author's bio below to learn more and to connect! ———————————————————————————————— How to Ease the Transition to Working from Home The … Continue reading How to Ease the Transition to Working from Home (Guest Blog by Sarah Pike)
Simply put, clutter is stuck energy. It’s a clog in our mental piping that prevents us from working, communicating and acting as effectively as we could. There are more than enough mental-clearing techniques to help us relax and refocus, but these don’t address the ways in which we rebuild the same cluttered mind every day. … Continue reading Clearing Out The Mental Clutter