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Your Team Craves Meaningful Work: Here Are 6 Ways To Make It Happen

For 23 years, Fred Vautour worked the graveyard shift as a janitor at Boston College. Ask him why he initially accepted a role there, and he’ll tell you he simply wanted a job with benefits. But ask h...

Lateral Career Moves: Can Moving Sideways Help You Move Up?

In the world of work, where we are inundated with advice on winning promotions and negotiating raises, vertical movement seems like the only goal worth striving toward.

The Future Of Work Is Asynchronous—And These Companies Are Leading The Way

Imagine you’re a typical worker in 1914, the tail end of the Industrial Revolution that standardized the 9-to-5 we know today. You work at a car factory on an assembly line (which Henry Ford introduce...

Why Your Team Should Invest Time In Workflow Documentation

If someone on your team took an extended leave of absence, would you be able to replicate their processes and achieve the same results while they’re gone?

A Manager's Guide For Creating A Hybrid Work Schedule

I don't know if anyone's told you this lately—but you're kind of a trailblazer. Through 17 months (and counting) of this global health crisis, you have led your team through uncharted territory, slici...

We Asked People What Makes a Good Leader, Here’s What They Said

Good leadership. Countless books, seminars, TED Talks, and articles have attempted to explain what it is and how to emulate it. But what does it really mean for us on a day-to-day basis?