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Fostering Belonging with Your Virtual Teams
Remote work and virtual teams are here to stay. The challenge now becomes how do leaders best engage their virtual teams? Linkage’s Director of Product Management, Jeff Duffield shares tips on how to foster a sense of belonging and create cultures of inclusion in a virtual environment.
How Diversity and Inclusion Helps Teams Thrive | Thoughts from Molly Fletcher, WIL Keynote Speaker
Trailblazer Molly Fletcher, former sports agent and returning keynote speaker at the 2021 Women in Leadership Institute™ shares her tips for building and maintaining diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Remote Work + Return to Office or Not? How Leaders Can Address Changing Needs in a Virtual World
The way we work affects us deeply, and the difference between remote work and commuting to the office impacts every employee uniquely. Leaders have a responsibility to understand this impact and to meaningfully engage their teams at this time of transition. Here are four ways you can consider and address changing needs in a virtual environment and best support your teams.
“I want credit for my innovations—help!” | Ask a Leadership Expert with Susie Kelleher
We’re answering your leadership questions. In this installment, Linkage leadership expert and Vice President of Consulting, Susie Kelleher shares advice for three leaders grappling with dilemmas stemming from the virtual workplace.
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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.
4 Ways to Keep Employees Engaged in the Face of a National Crisis
NY Times bestselling authors, Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton have devoted decades to teaching executives around the world how to be more effective, and they found that every leader will have to navigate a crisis or two in their careers. Here are just a few ideas that might help keep team members a little more engaged and focused during times of crisis.
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