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Enzo E.



“None of us is as smart as all of us.”, Ken Blanchard





Joined Nov 13, 2020

Have A Good Reason For Leaving
  • Before jumping off from the ship it is important to take the necessary precautions and lay out the possible path you've been offered or plan on taking.
  • If you received another job offer, make sure that you have it in writing (with a confirmed salary and benefits package) to avoid embarrassment if and when the offer is rescinded.
  • If the reason you're leaving can be addressed with a supervisor, try bringing it to their attention.
  • Most importantly, before leaving make sure everything on your end is settled -- such as finances or pending job applications.
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Difficulty speaking up during virtual meetings

We all struggle to speak up at times for many reasons:

  • It's harder to read physical and social cues onscreen and even impossible on a big team.
  • If you're a junior employee or still new to the company, you may feel reserved around your teammates.
  • You may feel your ideas are still half-baked and won't be seen as valuable.
  • You may feel someone more experienced may take your suggestions as personal critiques.

However, if you stay silent, the quality of collective decisions may suffer.

It is common courtesy to spell out or pronounce the name of a colleague correctly. However, many people with non-generic or non-western names face a problem of their name not being registered in the right way in other people's minds.

This results in a less inclusive workplace, both physical or virtual, for people who are from diverse backgrounds.

Is the measure of an individual’s abilities to recognise and manage their emotions, and the emotions of other people, both individually and in groups.

Why some companies fail at remote work

Companies that fail at remote work focus too much on technology and too little on the process. Successful remote work is based on clear processes that support three core principles.

  • Communication: The ability to exchange information.
  • Coordination: The ability to work toward a common goal.
  • Culture: A shared set of customs that foster trust and engagement.

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