5 Tips to Stay Healthy While Working Remotely

March 27, 2020

Working from home inherently has some perks that can help reduce stress. Rush hour? What’s that? Figuring out your wardrobe for the day? Who cares what you’re wearing! Temperature in the office not to your liking? Now you have complete control! With so many benefits, it is easy to overlook possible pitfalls that can negatively…

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Coronavirus: Tips to Prepare Your Association Technically and Mentally for Virtual Work

March 11, 2020

With news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) weighing heavily on many people’s minds, I have been asked by a number of my clients about how to prepare for remote work. In fact, just yesterday a client’s building was unexpectantly closed, and they were told to pack up their belongings and leave. Before something that dramatic happens…

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Tips for Interviewing Your Next Remote Worker

November 1, 2018

If you’re just beginning to explore the realm of virtual work, you probably have a certain level of anxiety about the hiring process. Like any good leader, you know the positive impact of hiring the right candidate and the negative implications of onboarding the wrong person. The anxiety that comes from hiring a virtual employee…

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#Paradigm21

March 1, 2018

I love Spring!, The longer days and the sunshine are energizing. It is a perfect time to think reflectively, start new habits and truly plan the remainder of the year. Many of my close friends and colleagues know that I get on my soapbox about the ever-changing workplace ecosystem. There has been an unmistakable shift…

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4 Tips for Running More Effective Conference Calls

December 14, 2017

A new report showed that U.S.- and U.K.-based businesses waste a lot of time and money on conference calls, but one association consultant offers four tips that may mitigate those losses. Sometimes conference calls feel like a big waste of time. And now a new report validates those feelings. According to LoopUp’s Enterprise Conferencing: User…

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