Tue.Jan 31, 2023

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Exploring the Unstoppable Rise of Digital Nomads

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Today, the global population of digital nomads has exploded, with 66% of all digital nomads in the world working across a variety of industries. As more people choose to work remotely, companies are starting to adapt and create policies that accommodate this new trend. In a recent interview with The Guardian, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, discussed the company’s new digital nomad policy, which allows employees to work temporarily in more than 170 countries.

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AI and Administrative Work: Enhancing Productivity and Efficiency

Office Dynamics

Revolutionizing Administrative Work with AI: Making Life Easier for Administrative Professionals Artificial Intelligence (AI) is making waves in the world of administrative professionals, providing the support they need to streamline tasks, increase efficiency, and skyrocket productivity.

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2023 Instagram Trends Reveal How To Market To Gen Z

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Staying relevant and successful is every business’s priority. Utilizing social media to get a good picture of what is important to people is perhaps the most essential way to keep your organization up-to-date. In its new 2023 Trend Report, Instagram revealed the topics, issues, and trends that matter most to Gen Zers on the platform. Staying relevant and successful is every business’s priority, but it’s by no means easy.

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Digital Declutter: How to Organize Your Virtual World

Eat Your Career

As modern-day professionals, we are all overloaded with electronic stuff! Files, photos, passwords, apps, emails, and more fill our virtual space. Everything (the useful and the useless) gets mixed together, and it’s nearly impossible to find anything. This kind of digital clutter is mentally draining and physically distracting. In the workplace, it can also damage your professional reputation and hinder your career.

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SME Relationships: Proven Solutions for Seamless Collaboration and Success

Speaker: Tim Buteyn, President of ThinkingKap Learning Solutions

💢 Do you find yourself stuck in never-ending review cycles? Are you wondering if your Subject Matter Expert actually got that last review request? Are you having trouble trying to decipher impractical or conflicting feedback? 💢 If any of these scenarios sounds familiar, you may benefit from a crash course on managing SME relationships!

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Only 3% Of CEOs Plan To Restrict Remote Work This Year

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While 2023 seems to be the official beginning of returning to the office post-pandemic, headlines may be instilling unfounded fears into employees. According to data from The Conference Board, just 3% of executives across the U.S. would be limiting their remote work policies. This makes the likes of major brands like Disney and Starbucks part of the minority.

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Germany Is Finding Opportunity In Silicon Valley’s Sweeping Layoffs

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As Silicon Valley sheds its core talent pool, tech companies outside of the region are finding opportunity from thousands of layoffs. Household names like Google, Meta and Microsoft have all participated in massive layoffs over the last several months, with most citing that they overhired during the high demand seen at the height of the pandemic.

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5 Ways a Social Media Virtual Assistant Can 4x Your Ad Spend ROI

Jennie Lyon

Social media advertising can be a powerful tool for growing your business, but it can also be time-consuming and complex. A virtual assistant with expertise in social media advertising can help you navigate this landscape and maximize your return on investment. We’ll explore the top five ways a social media virtual assistant can help you… The post 5 Ways a Social Media Virtual Assistant Can 4x Your Ad Spend ROI appeared first on Jennie Lyon Digital Marketing Services Inc.

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IWG’s Spaces To Occupy Historic Downtown Memphis Building

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IWG brand Spaces is expanding its southern presence with a new location in Downtown Memphis. The coworking operator will take up 18,500 square feet at 107 South Main, a historic building that dates back to 1900 and was vacant for nearly two decades before being purchased by real estate developer 18 Main in 2019. The building has been in the process restoration since 2022 as part of the Downtown Memphis Commission’s anti-blight efforts, where 18 Main will preserve its historic structure.

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How to handle remote employee time tracking

BMT Office Administration

Prior to 2020, only 6% of all employees worked remotely. After the COVID-19 pandemic, that number jumped up to 13% and only continued to rise. Now in 2023, it’s projected that 25% of the workforce will engage in remote work in one form or another. While that’s great news for employees who enjoy the increased flexibility of working from home, it poses a significant challenge for managers.

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Elevating the Virtual Interviewing Experience

Sharing your authentic self in a virtual interview can be an unwanted challenge. How do you break through the digital barrier when conducting a virtual interview and share your exceptional self? Think in unconventional ways to elevate the virtual interviewing experience.

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RTO Mandates Are Boosting Office Occupancy Across Major Metros

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Leaders have started to expect employees back in the office much to the delight of landlords — and chagrin of employees. According to data released from the Partnership for New York City last September, it was found that 49% of office workers were back in the office, up from the 38% seen in April 2022. By the end of January, the group anticipates that this number will have grown to 54%.

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Multi-tasking managers offer the key to cooperation between rival firms

Workplace Insight

For rival companies to successfully cooperate in the name of innovation, they need “ambidextrous” managers who can make the most of their pooled resources and exhibit strong multi-tasking skills, research from NEOMA Business School claims. Antony Paulraj, Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at NEOMA, co-authored a study analysing the approach of over 300 companies that are collaborating with their competitors, known as “coopetition”.

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Tyler Perry’s Hollywood: Diary of a Mad Black… Mogul

Success

Success is a slippery word. Ask a dozen people to define it , and you’ll receive 12 different answers, none of them wrong. Take a poll on how to find it , and hundreds of paths will suddenly appear amongst the trees. The right trail is always changing, multiplying and contracting—and is different for each of us. See? Slippery. So how would you define success for a poor Black boy growing up in 1970s New Orleans?

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85% Of Great Resigners Are Happy With Their New Role

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Since the start of the pandemic, millions of Americans have taken the leap to quit their jobs — an exodus dubbed the ‘Great Resignation.’ Now, according to a recent Cengage Group study, the majority of Great Resigners are satisfied with their choice. In fact, 81% of respondents said they had no regrets about leaving their previous job. In 2021, over 47 million U.S. employees decided to make a change, representing an astonishing 23% of the nation’s total workforce.

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Is Training the Right Solution?

Speaker: Tim Buteyn

Let's set the scene: you’ve identified a critical performance gap in your organization and need to close that gap. A colleague suggests training, but you suspect there’s something going on that training can’t address. How can you determine if training is the right solution before you commit your budget and resources to a new training program? In this webinar, you will learn how to determine if training is the right solution using the Behavior Engineering Model.

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7 Ways to Free Up an Extra 25 Hours a Week

Success

Here’s something I ask all of my CEO clients to do: Pick your busiest day of the week. Write down everything you do that day—by the minute—on a single sheet of paper. ( If you spent three minutes eating a muffin and 17 minutes watching a pigeon outside, write it down. ) Fax me a copy of that minute-by-minute breakdown and let’s chat. I’ve worked with hundreds of CEOs from across the globe, and you know what they all have in common when they complete this exercise?

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