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Reflecting on One Year of Remote Work | Lessons in Leadership from Jennifer McCollum and Kristen Howe
Jennifer McCollum, CEO of Linkage, and Kristen Howe, Chief Product Officer, recently sat down for a reflection on the past year of remote work. Their big takeaways are relatable and serve as important reminders for leaders to continually acclimate to a new reality.
The remote culture leaders create, and support, will empower teams to reach new heights in 2021, and after almost a year of continuous remote work, we have identified five tips to follow to inspire and engage your remote teams.
How can women leaders reprioritize their own professional development at this critical time, while managing to meet the needs of those around them? Leadership development designed specifically for women is one way to achieve this. At Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute™ (WIL), specialized programming for women identifies the need to balance work with everything else as a key hurdle to advancement, and as an attainable goal with the right skills and perspective.
How Women Can Glide Over the Hurdles to Advancement in the Workplace | 3 Takeaways from My Conversation with Sally Helgesen
Linkage’s Chief Revenue Officer, Maria Howard shares three critical takeaways from her conversation with Sally Helgesen, international best-selling author and women’s leadership expert during a recent webinar on the advancement of women leaders in the age of COVID-19.
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With many people fully transitioning to working from home full time, there has been a significant change in workplace culture at many organizations. Here are five ways leaders can create a work-from-home culture that will help drive success.
As we strive to continually engage our teams and organizations during a time of major transition, we all have the power to make video calls tolerable–and perhaps even enjoyable. The first step to meaningfully engaging employees during a time of crisis is to ensure you have the means to thoughtfully reach them. With these quick tips, you are well on your way to making the most of remote technology, and improving the look and feel of video conferences at your organization.
In these truly unprecedented times, our ability to be productive in the face of uncertainty and constant change is more important than ever. Here are three ways you can increase your productivity, even if your life is more hectic and busier than ever before.
Effective Leaders Are Inclusive Leaders — Organizations Navigating a World in Crisis Accelerate through Inclusion
It’s clear that inclusion can be the accelerator to our success. So, what can we do to activate the power of inclusive leadership at our organizations? We need to put an equal emphasis on creating the cultures of inclusion necessary to support a diversified workforce. And, we must put a common behavioral language behind what inclusive leadership is in action if we are to create a new standard of leadership that serves all people in our organizations.
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