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Katie is bringing PeopleCap’s expertise to Chicago

One of our own is moving forward with a major life transition. Katie Spencer is moving to Chicago! We are tremendously sad to see her leave Memphis, but we are grateful for the technology’s capacity to support our collaborative culture and allow us to keep working together. Continue reading “Katie is bringing PeopleCap’s expertise to Chicago”

Putting the Puzzle Back Together After COVID-19

Companies are like puzzles with hundreds of pieces that fit together to create a picture. As a leader, you determine the ultimate picture puzzle, the share of each piece, and how it fits with the other pieces to complete the picture. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has taken most companies’ puzzles, torn them apart, and heaved the pieces into the air. Continue reading “Putting the Puzzle Back Together After COVID-19”

I Used to Be a Crappy Telecommuter!

I started working remotely about 12 years ago when we moved to Memphis. Working remotely full-time was not as easy as I’d imagined. And I stunk at it for a while. Probably for too long. I was productive in sporadic spurts. I struggled with time management even though I sat at my desk all day. I was distracted and frequently had trouble prioritizing. I didn’t check in with my team, all based in ATL, frequently enough for them or for me. And it all meant I failed to follow through on my own work and on theirs. Continue reading “I Used to Be a Crappy Telecommuter!”

Keep Calm and Stay Connected

These are unprecedented times for businesses to be sure. Many of us have worked remotely on occasion, but few have worked entirely remotely – let alone managed a remote work force. I’ve had the pleasure of working with and learning from some successful virtual organizations. Here are 3 tips to keep your team inspired, productive and accountable while working from home. Continue reading “Keep Calm and Stay Connected”