During a crisis, there will always be those stand up to find ways to come together and help, and those who shrink away from that. Which one do you think people are going to want to work with when this is over?
I can imagine this would be a difficult situation for any workplace to deal with. It’s difficult anywhere. “Buried in a report last month by the Bureau of Labor of Statistics on occupational fatalities was this tragic fact: More people … Continued
Here’s an interesting thought experiment. When you are in your office and receive an email from your boss, how long will it take before a follow-up email or phone call will occur if you don’t respond? If the answer to … Continued
After reading this article from Inc, I think there are really three things that hackers are taking advantage of, that they didn’t used to, and these are things that we are only just starting to include in anti-phishing training. They … Continued
The entire article below is an interesting read. I think this quote from Sullivan and Cromwell’s Joe Shenker is a good place to start: “You can’t keep up doing state-of-the-art, best-of-the-best [in technology]—which is what we try to do—doing it … Continued
Parker’s story isn’t about the legal industry, but I think we could easily recognize ourselves in this statement, couldn’t we? “The modern work culture’s new mantra slightly expands that weathered phrase: “The customer is always right, and the clock is … Continued
I know this is about the mental health field, but let’s be honest, replace the words “mental health” below with your own field, would you feel any differently? I thought about going to the hospital because I knew I was … Continued