Today I sat in front of my computer screen shaking my fist at it saying "make the bad lady stop." Good writing is such a subjective term that it seems near impossible to ever be successful and to make the boss happy. Especially, when "good" is a moving target. I am the type of writer … Continue reading Workplace Frustration – Writing is Subjective
Recently my employer started planning how to bring people back to the office. The good news is the organization is not in a rush to make people come back. Part art of the plan is to institute hot seating. It made me wonder; is hot seating okay given the current reality? Hot seating is a … Continue reading Going Back to Work – Is Hot Seating Okay?
Last week the organization I work for had a town hall meeting like they do every six months. But this one was different; management spent a lot of time talking about the various challenges we have been facing with the work situation shifting due to the pandemic. Some people are saying it is time to … Continue reading When Management Listens it Builds Trust
On LinkedIn today someone posted a quick poll like the one embedded in this post. The premises of the poll sparked a lot of interesting conversations and I thought it would be nice to recreate it because it speaks to the the cultural shift we are seeing regarding our work life. The gentleman posting asked … Continue reading If you had a choice, where would you choose to work?
As many places ease up on restrictions, many people are facing the reality of going back to the office to work. Some are excited, some nervous, some are afraid, and other are faced with new realities that make going to the office difficult. Reopening the economy and just going back to "normal" is not that … Continue reading Going Back to the Office – It’s Not That Easy