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My new reality started in March with COVID and the best intentions. I still went into the office and worked solo while all of my colleagues worked from home.
Right now, everything seems to be mentally draining. Reality itself is just exhausting. So, if it feels like it takes gargantuan amounts of effort to just reply to emails and get things done, you’re not alone.
Today, September 25, is national “If You See Something, Say Something®” Awareness Day.
Seeing is believing. But what if what you are seeing (and hearing) and believing is not reality?
In March of this year, I returned to my home country of South African to attend my 40th high school reunion. It had been planned for months, and I was so excited to see old friends again.
Last week, Chris offered some advice for overcoming recruiting challenges during a pandemic, including engagement with potential recruits.
Meeting recruitment goals can be challenging in normal times, but COVID-19 has made it even more so. Finding opportunities to both meet new candidates and engage with them is tricky during a pandemic.
Relationships. We’re constantly thinking about our personal relationships with our loved ones, friends, and neighbors. Haven’t we all taken quizzes to test if a relationship is strong or how well we really know someone?
Companies are getting really creative with virtual team building.
As a researcher, questions are constantly swirling around in my head. I’m a naturally inquisitive person, so I consider my relentless wondering about things to be an occupational hazard.
Have you noticed we’re living in the age of experience? A new discipline has evolved with full-time roles and departments dedicated to improving how users and customers experience products and services.
Volunteering is proven to build bonds with others—and when you bond with others, you create goodwill, good vibes, and even good health for you and those who need your help.
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