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Best Practices for Successful Management of Distributed Teams

Remote offices are no longer a surprise nowadays, especially in the IT industry. Some companies allow their employees to work from the “home office”. For example, according to the American Time Use...

How Consistent Communication Creates Seamless Shift Transitions

Working in an environment in which multiple teams work on shifts around the clock can be difficult for a number of reasons, including an “us vs. them” mentality between alternate shift workers,...

Team Building for Large Groups [8 Tips for a Successful Event]

Organizations frequently need to bring a large group of people together, whether it’s for an all-hands gathering, a team-building event, or a celebration. While these large-group events are energetic, exciting, and a...

How to Delegate Responsibilities in the Workplace (The Right Way)

When you’re in a managerial position, delegating important tasks might feel risky, but it's actually a powerful way to develop the talents of your valuable employees, open new doors to efficiency, and...

3 Tips On How To Communicate With Intent

Relationships with in-laws can be challenging, but I am lucky to be blessed with in-laws who I like very much. Early on in my marriage, I called my mother-in-law and had an...

12 Reasons Why Ethical Leadership Is Important In Business

The Center for Ethical Leadership put it best when they said, “Ethical leadership is knowing your core values and having the courage to live them in all parts of your life in...

3 Best Practices to Improve Team Cohesion in The Workplace

Establishing a firm sense of team cohesion in the workplace is absolutely vital to the success of any operation. Whether you're currently nurturing a small startup or running a large-scale corporation, these...

Cross-Functional Teams That Work

One of the greatest concepts business veterans have devised in recent memory is the cross-functional team—but it is often also one of the ideas that fails most spectacularly in practice. The notion...

Children, Skiing, & Leadership

We’re deep into winter here in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. For some of us, that means one thing: skiing. And for me, that often means teaching children to ski. While I...

How To Take the Time to be Strategic

A common challenge experienced by many leaders in business is finding time to dedicate towards strategic thinking and planning. A recent article published by the Harvard Business Review cited two interesting statistics...