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'Leading at a Distance' by James M. Citrin and Darleen DeRosa: Remote work tips for leaders

'Leading at a Distance' gives the impression that many top executives found positives in the past 15 months of remote work. Some especially love the ability to communicate easily with staff by video.

'Leading at a Distance' by James M. Citrin and Darleen DeRosa: Remote work tips for leaders

Getting onboarding right, investor climate pushback, fashion exuberance

How to onboard remote employees, how investors and governments are getting traction in their battles with energy giants, weeping at work, and more.

Getting onboarding right, investor climate pushback, fashion exuberance

Navigating the return to the workplace

Reset Work spoke about the top questions around the return to the workplace with with Tsedal Neeley and Katie Burke. Neeley is a Harvard Business School professor who studies global,

Navigating the return to the workplace

Interview

How to onboard new employees when you're remote or hybrid

Christy Johnson, founder and CEO of Artemis, has led a remote organization for the past six years, and offers an important case study in how to get new staff started.

How to onboard new employees when you're remote or hybrid

‘Unfrozen’ companies, resignations rising, events return

London Business School's Lynda Gratton on best practices for hybrid work, the health dangers of working long hours, how to keep antsy emloyees, and more.

‘Unfrozen’ companies, resignations rising, events return

Interview

Organizations are now 'unfrozen' and can change before they 'refreeze'

Lynda Gratton of London Business School on how trial and error is essential for organizational change in this moment.

Organizations are now 'unfrozen' and can change before they 'refreeze'

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'Framers' by Kenneth Cukier, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, and Francis de Véricourt: Mental models, why we use them and how to improve yours

'Framers' provides an exciting intellectual tour of how people throughout history have developed mental models that have advanced human progress.

'Framers' by Kenneth Cukier, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, and Francis de Véricourt: Mental models, why we use them and how to improve yours

Tackling remote harassment, unmasking at work, Covid dreams

What's behind the counterintuitive rise in harassment while workers are remote, and a look at what the CDC's new mask guidance means for businesses.

Tackling remote harassment, unmasking at work, Covid dreams

Interview

Why gender and race harassment increased while workers have been remote

Project Include CEO Ellen Pao explains what's behind the counterintuitive research finding that toxic behavior rose when people weren’t in physical proximity.

Why gender and race harassment increased while workers have been remote

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'How to Change' by Katy Milkman: The fresh-start effect and how to change as the pandemic recedes

Katy Milkman's book argues that new chapters in our lives are especially ripe moments for pursuing our goals, and America’s emergence from the pandemic and the re-establishment of something approximating normal life is gifting us such an opportunity.

'How to Change' by Katy Milkman: The fresh-start effect and how to change as the pandemic recedes