Collaborating efficiently was important pre-pandemic, but throughout the pandemic employees saw a 5 to 8 hour weekly increase in collaboration time. As we move into a hybrid form of work, it has become critical for both people’s performance and well-being.
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With exceptional teachers in the lives of students who want to learn and grow, students can achieve greatness. Especially when those teachers expect no less than greatness from their students.
To succeed in today’s competitive and increasingly digitized world, it’s important to explore how (and why) many business owners in digitized industries overlook and underappreciate traditional competencies like logistics, manufacturing, customer service, and quality control.
With stress and anxiety from being in fight or flight mode for 18 months or more, we now have to make it all work again. We want to make sure entrepreneurs who are struggling remember that just because they don’t have the answers, it doesn’t mean that no one has the answers.
Leaders need to be both deeply self-aware (Be mindsets) and able to understand others’ perspectives (Relate mindsets). By working on those mindsets, leaders can make a bigger impact on their teams.
There is mutual value conveyed when companies give conscientiously. In turn, this impacts employee engagement―and therefore performance―as well as customer attraction and retention. All this has a positive impact on a company’s bottom line.
EO Atlanta’s Forum Confidential sessions, led by Jan Heybroek, are closed, coached conversations that facilitate shared experiences around one presenter’s specific business challenge in a deep-dive presentation format. This session offers 11 expert tips and best practices for scaling a SaaS business.
One of an entrepreneur’s go-to tools for business growth and success is the art of negotiation. A behavioral scientist explains why it can be a tricky skill to master–and shares strategies to consider.
EO Bridge chapters have four in-person events per year (and thus four Forum meetings per year). We also host virtual events, participate in other chapters’ amazing events, as well as partake in local non-EO events, so that each member can have personalized learning experiences throughout the year.
The gym, wine clubs, streaming platforms―these memberships may come and go―but as long as my bio says “entrepreneur”, I will remain a member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization.