Lessons From A Year Of Remote Work, Part 2: Culture Is Critical

Lessons From A Year Of Remote Work, Part 2: Culture Is Critical

I thought working remotely would mean being less affected by company culture than when I worked onsite. A year later, I say culture matters more as a remote worker because it lives where I do—in my home. Fortunately, culture is something we can screen for like we might a potential housemate.

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Transparent Culture Building: Why And How

Transparent Culture Building: Why And How

If transparency sounds like just another corporate buzzword, consider what happens on teams that don’t have it: silos grow and solidify, communication narrows, and efficiency slows. But what can you expect from a more transparent culture? And how do you go about building one? We cover both here.

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Work Kinder, Part 4: How Leaders Can Help Grow An Empathetic Culture

Work Kinder, Part 4: How Leaders Can Help Grow An Empathetic Culture

Because managers are uniquely positioned to shape team culture through both everyday interactions and long-range choices, any move toward empathy will be more successful with intentional leadership. We’ve identified five things leaders can start doing right now to nurture empathy.

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Work Kinder, Part 3: How Everyone Can Help Grow An Empathetic Culture

Work Kinder, Part 3: How Everyone Can Help Grow An Empathetic Culture

Empathetic cultures don’t arise by default; they must be deliberately cultivated. And while leaders that value empathy give their teams a better chance of developing it, everyone plays a role in growing an empathetic culture. Here are five things we all can do to engender empathy in the workplace.

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