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There Is Always A Workaround: The Importance Of Improvisation

  When the regular audience was stranded at home due the pandemic, the UceLI Quartet improvised, playing Puccini’s ‘I Crisantemi (Chrysanthemums) to 2,292 plants in Barcelona, Spain.     When baseball fans around the world were stranded at home, their baseball teams improvised, filling their stadiums with cardboard cutouts of their fans. World-class organizations around the globe have also improvised as it relates to the whole new world of remote hiring.   Yes, virtual hiring is becoming increasingly popular largely due to safety concerns and the need to social distance.  Many, many, organizations have discovered that hiring, onboarding, ...

“Never let a good crisis go to waste.”  – Sir Winston Churchill

“Never let a good crisis go to waste.”   - Sir Winston Churchill Coronavirus. Pandemic. Social distancing. Flatten the curve. Do I shower today?  Unprecedented times. Work from home (WFH). Remote workers. Virtual work.  Who would have thought these words would be so frequently used by our worldwide lexicon? Here is some great advice on helping your virtual employees to adjust to remote work – Read more: https://kevinsheridanllc.com/2020/03/helping-your-virtual-employees-adjust-to-remote-work/ I sincerely hope that you and yours are safe, happy, and healthy, Kevin   Good Reads/Views 12 Geniuses Podcast: Entrepreneurial expert Gino Wickman joins 12 Geniuses to ...

Working Together to Create a Strategic Virtual Work Plan

Our working lives have experienced remarkable change in the past month.  Many careers like yours have been forced to move home and online, with Zoom and Hangouts becoming the new normal. In this new normal, many organizations and leaders are realizing that it’s more powerful and efficient to have a remote work model.  In fact, the metrics are there to prove it. You may ask yourself why didn’t we make the change to a remote work model sooner?  The answer is because it’s easier and more comfortable to keep doing what you’re already doing. Now it’s a ...