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FEELING LONELY? HOME CO-WORKING IS CREATING CONNECTIONS
One of the latest work trends emerging in the post-pandemic workplace is home co-working, a collaborative arrangement designed to combat the loneliness epidemic declared by the U.S. Surgeon General. The BBC reports remote workers are teaming up with friends to rotate workspaces at each others’ homes. Many feel more productive and happier. Read why by clicking here.
DEVELOP THE PRESENCE THAT GETS YOU PROMOTED
With the right strategies, you can enhance your professional image and unlock new opportunities. This Forbes article offers seven steps to boost your executive presence– from observing role models to investing in a coach and working on your influencing skills.
TO GET TEAM MEMBERS TO CONTRIBUTE, MAKE TIME TO LISTEN
Ensuring that your coworkers feel heard empowers them as well as you. Success requires active listening, a communication skill that requires practice and intention. Discover new ways to better connect with others through body language and cues in this Inc. article.
BEFORE YOU START A JOB SEARCH, READ THIS
According to research by Fast Company, 80 percent of full-time workers are currently seeking or are open to new jobs. If you’re among this group, there’s a message of caution to heed. Give serious consideration to whether you’re prepared to devote the time it takes to find a new position and what kind of culture you’re looking for. Find tips for changing direction here.
IS YOUR EGO IN THE WAY?
Leaders can get their ego out of the way by practicing vulnerability, asking questions to learn from others and letting go of feeling the need to always be right, say experts. However, those in marginalized groups should “dial up their ego to navigate workplaces in which they are underestimated, receive microaggressions and experience bias,” says author and career coach Jenny Garrett. Read more.