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Leadership in a time of crisis and remote work

By Mike Walsh

COVID-19 will not only change our way of life, it will hasten the arrival of a radical new future of work. While remote work has been a new and unexpected challenge for many of us – that is just the start of a much bigger transformation set to reshape the nature of business itself. To meet these challenges, leaders must re-evaluate our capabilities, upgrade our skills and transform our mindsets.

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New tech, new communities

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There is no such thing as remote work, just work

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The 2020 pandemic thrust upon us the new reality of working from home. While for more traditional corporations, remote work came as a shock, for other startups and software companies,...

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