• “Structure Begets Flexibility.”
    Cal Newport / Penny Gray Photography
    “Structure Begets Flexibility.”

    We're drowning in emails, text messages, and more and more new collaboration tools. Cal Newport advises organizations to pull the emergency brake on imprudent use of their communication channels now.

  • Make Virtual Training Effective
    Make Virtual Training Effective

    Moving learning online can be a win-win – when done correctly. 

  • I Wrote This but Don’t Actually Understand What I Said
    I Wrote This but Don’t Actually Understand What I Said

    Grasping the complexities and ambiguities of human language is a whole different ballgame.

  • #gettogether: How to Manage a Difficult Meeting/Confrontation
    #gettogether: How to Manage a Difficult Meeting/Confrontation

    In this episode, we welcome getAbstract’s International Book Award 2020 recipient Veronika Hucke to lay out practical tools for using challenging conversations as opportunities for growth.

  • “People Thoroughly Underestimate the Importance of Body Language in Virtual Communication.”
    Richard Newman / borntospeak.com
    “People Thoroughly Underestimate the Importance of Body Language in Virtual Communication.”

    The virtual work environment requires a new set of communication skills. Award-winning communication expert Richard Newman explains how to captivate an online audience.

  • “Technology Is Not the Real Problem Here.”
    “Technology Is Not the Real Problem Here.”

    Relying on technology to communicate can leave us feeling increasingly disconnected from one another. Author and consultant Dr. Karen Sobel Lojeski developed a system to measure and best practices to reduce Virtual Distance at organizations.

  • Communication Is Everything
    Communication Is Everything

    The dos and don'ts of successful communication in the hybrid workplace.

  • #gettogether: How to Manage Negativity
    #gettogether: How to Manage Negativity

    TUE, FEB 9: Best-Selling Author, Executive Coach and Keynote Speaker, Michael Lee Stallard Launches Us into Our Second Season of Understanding People as We Dive Right into the Tough Stuff

  • How to Lead from Where You Are
    How to Lead from Where You Are

    You don’t need a title to prepare for leadership.

  • “Your Level of Social Connection Affects Your Longevity”
    Michael Lee Stallard
    “Your Level of Social Connection Affects Your Longevity”

    Business author Michael Lee Stallard on how to maintain connections in our private and professional lives – and why the pandemic could improve our working relationships enormously in the long term.