35 Tools to Manage a Remote Team

May 30, 2016
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Using Social Media to Build Community Among Remote Workers

May 25, 2016

The Importance of Building Community Building community in the workplace, whether in an office or virtual setting is the key to satisfied employees and high productivity. If you consider some of the things that make yourself or others remain at a particular job, there lies the importance of the workplace community. Many of us don’t […]

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Virtual Staff Retreats Made Easy

May 12, 2016

There are numerous benefits associated with well-planned and engaging staff retreats. Staff retreats give employees a chance to connect or re-connect with the missions and goals of the organization. Retreating also gives staff an opportunity to connect with each other and company leadership. There are some real benefits and challenges of working remotely, but hosting […]

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Hacking Dreams and Teams – with Don Daglow

April 11, 2016

Every entrepreneur has dreams of building a great company. We analyze opportunities, look for pain points, scope markets. We labor over spreadsheets late into the night in the quest for a plan that will generate the dramatic growth that the market demands. But something’s missing. Many people never stop, lock out the world and really think. They never sit down to have a deep and honest […]

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6 Best Personality Types for Remote Workers

March 28, 2016

Wondering if you are suited for working remotely? Or wondering what kind of candidates you should ideally hire for your remote team? Here is a list of top personality types that work best for remote teams.   People who enjoy ambiguity – Not everyone can deal with ambiguity, but remote workers need to be comfortable […]

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7 Ted Videos about Cultural Differences

March 22, 2016

  With the growing trend of globalization, we are bound to meet with many people of different backgrounds and cultures. Instead of being afraid of these differences, we need to learn to embrace it and appreciate it. Here are some short talks that describe these differences, emphasize the need for these differences, and how we […]

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Define Your Team, and WIN !!!

March 14, 2016

We work with teams every where we go. Be it in a large company, a small company, a competitive game or even our families. We’re a team. Even a team of one is a team. But despite the omnipresence of teams in everything we do, the diversity of teams is unprecedented. Teams can be productive, teams […]

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Team Hacking – the Psychology of Startup Teams

March 8, 2016

Ever wished you could read the mind of your team members? Ever wondered how you could better understand your team mates so you could improve the efficiency of working together? You’re not alone. According to Wasserman, the reason 9 out of 10 startups fail is not because of a lousy product, but because of problems […]

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7 Short Lessons on Leadership

March 7, 2016

We know you love short lessons, we love them too! With time always being the limiting factor in what we do (or want to do), we need to be efficient in everything we engage in. Including learning. Which is why we decided to put together this series of short lessons for all leaders. Leadership can […]

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6 Top Ted Talks for Team Building

February 23, 2016

  Team building has increasingly taken the limelight in corporate planning and in organizational seminars. It is evident to companies both large and small, localized and distributed, that a strong team that can work well together is critical to the success of the company. However, building a strong team is not as easy as it […]

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