HBR Articles

How to silence your inner critic after a layoff

By:
Susan Peppercorn

After a layoff, there are two typical responses, says executive career transition coach Susan Peppercorn: “Some people pick themselves up, move forward, and eventually thrive, while others get stuck in a cycle of anger and self-recrimination.

How to have difficult conversations virtually

By:
Art Markman

Some conversations – like when delivering bad news or criticism – are difficult under the best circumstances. Having these talks virtually just adds another challenge and layer of complexity to an already stressful situation.

3 ways to take action in the face of uncertainty

By:
Jonathan Berman

When everything feels uncertain, people look for comfort in the known. “The status quo seems the safest situation from which to assess,” as Jonathan Berman puts it in this HBR article.

How remote workers make work friends

By:
Beth Schinoff, Blake E. Ashforth, and Kevin Corley

How remote workers make work friends

By
Beth Schinoff, Blake E. Ashforth, and Kevin Corley

When people have work friends, they are more productive in their roles, more engaged, and happier, according to research. How are those friendships impacted when teams transition to remote work – when the happy hours, casual hallway conversations, and the “water cooler” go away?

Recent Posts

Submitted By Mark Wavle
April 02, 2020

Want to take your IT team's value to the next level? Commit to strengthening your relationships with these  stakeholders.

Submitted By Gary Burnison
April 02, 2020

Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison on the surprising link between remote work and coming together – and why work culture will strengthen.

Submitted By Kevin Casey
April 01, 2020

Experts share five smart security practices for remote workforces – to help you manage risks wisely during a historically difficult time.

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