5 Tips for Team Management in Trying Times

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There’s no doubt the coronavirus pandemic is testing us all, both personally and professionally. Every business and every person is experiencing the repercussions of this situation in their own way. We are all navigating through unpredictable times with no playbook at hand. As leaders, we are not only making strategic business decisions; we are setting the tone for how our companies are handling this uncertainty. 

I’ve always felt confident in my team and been grateful to work with such talented people, but they have truly blown

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A Navy SEAL’s Guide to Thriving in Close Quarters, Part 3: Manage

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The third action in my R.E.M.O.T.E. strategy will help you deal with distractions and create structure.

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This article represents the third action in the R.E.M.O.T.E. acronym I created to help you thrive while working remotely. I created these actions from my years leading Navy SEALs in submarines, where we would be “quarantined” for as long as 50 days. The key behind not just surviving but thriving for long periods of time in

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Managing Your Company Culture Virtually Through a Pandemic

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Follow these five leadership practices.

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A Gartner, Inc. survey of 800 global HR executives on March 17 found that 88 percent of organizations have encouraged or required employees to work from home. Remote work is a paradigm shift for most workplaces — and there’s been no time to prepare for this unanticipated world of remote work. For employees, it can create stress, productivity drops and feelings of isolation.

As leaders, we

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How to Gauge and Monitor Employee Engagement

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Identifying whether or not an employee is engaged isn’t always easy, especially when you’re not working in the same physical space. If you pass by a colleague’s office and they have their feet propped up on the desk with their chair leaned back and their eyes closed, it might be safe to say that they’re not as engaged as you’d like them to be. But when working virtually, you don’t know what is happening on the other end of the computer screen — or do you?

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