Category: Leveraging Leaders, Tools & Tech: From Me to We

Three Key Lessons for Building a Culture-First Company from Didier Elzinga — Culture Amp Insights

Sharing a power post with 3 power tips from Culture Amp CEO Didier Elzinga. Quick power read. (And the link to a podcast interview gets practical and real). The third Culture x Design was held in Melbourne on July 20, 2016. The first keynote speaker was Culture Amp CEO and co-founder Didier Elzinga. He discussed …

A Proven Recipe to Succeed Professionally in a Virtual Work World

One Proven Recipe for Making Virtual Work Dreams Come True

A Small Business Software Puzzle! | Lidiane Mocko | Pulse | LinkedIn

Lidiane and Mocko Consulting provide good advice for navigating the digital choices for integrating a small business. Source: A Small Business Software Puzzle! | Lidiane Mocko | Pulse | LinkedIn

Five Truths in Today’s Virtual Workplace

Virtual work & online collaboration is the norm but business leaders are lagging behind. New definitions for manager & employee are emerging. Are you ready? Source: Five Truths in Today’s Virtual Workplace

Other Than Leverage, What’s Behind LI and Microsoft Coming Together

Quoting from Nadella: “We are in pursuit of a common mission centered on empowering people and organizations.” And from Weiner: “Culture and values provide the foundation upon which everything else is built. They are arguably our most important competitive advantage, and something that has grown to define us. It’s one thing to change the world. …

Anything that can be connected, Will be connected (Part 2 of 2)

Anything that can be Connected, will be Connected (Part 1 of 2)

The Internet-of-things (IOT) is transforming how we work, play & live. A 2-part series addressing connected strategies for virtual teams. In Part 1, five principles on how to be more tech-effective. Source: Anything that can be Connected, will be Connected (Part 1 of 2)

Rosie’s Story – How I Transformed My Career Using Social Media

Last week Charlie talked about Making Your NetWork. I’m a hard core advocate, teacher and practitioner of digital and local networking. My commitment to my network goes deep and long. When Charlie and I were talking about how much more critical our professional networks are today than they were 20 years ago. (He and I …

The Human Network

We’re not just talking about the computer network anymore.