3 Ways Google Creates a High-Performance Culture

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One look inside the incredible Googleplex and it’s pretty obvious why they receive an average of 2.5 million resumes a year. From having nap pods to offering on-site massage and providing every employee with three square meals a day – Google has certainly gone above and beyond to care for their employees.

Yet it’s not (only) the indoor swimming pools, beach volleyball courts or free onsite laundry facilities that has led the $300 billion tech giant to the 93% CEO approval rating on Glassdoor.

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4 Ways to Effectively Manage and Lead Teams Virtually

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Over the last few months, many businesses have been forced to work remotely. Other businesses are choosing remote work over in-office — particularly when team members are all across the country and globe. The trend has resulted in many managers facing steep learning curves to become effective virtual leaders.

“Beyond the pain and uncertainty surrounding the pandemic, this window of time has altered my management style and perspective on the intersection of sports, media and technology in some significant ways,” says GlobalVC Sports co-founder Jeff Volk.

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The Pro Sports Pandemic-Leadership Report Card

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We grade four league commissioners on how they’ve handled, or been too hands-off about, protocols in the age of coronavirus.

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Later tonight, the NBA resumes its 2019-20 campaign when the Utah Jazz and New Orleans Pelicans tip off at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex within Walt Disney World. The league’s approach, which adheres to a 113-page document of protocols outlining strict isolation and mitigation measures, has been described as operating within a “bubble.” NBA commissioner Adam Silver doesn’t favor

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Ellen, Just Apologize Already

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Her silence isn’t good for her business, and wouldn’t be for yours either.

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By now you’re probably familiar with the Ellen DeGeneres controversy.

In case you’re not, here’s a quick recap. According to some reports, at least one current and as many as 10 former members of her popular talk show’s staff say that they were victims of “bullying and racism.” During the pandemic, the show’s production company was accused of

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