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Cybersecurity, Technology and Flexible Work

Recently, I was a guest on CyberTheory’s “Cybersecurity Unplugged” podcast where I shared my perspectives on “How to Approach the Reality of Remote Work,” including: How we’re still unwinding the ramifications of the pandemic’s almost overnight shift to remote work and the rapid adoption of new technology most of us had not been using How […]

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Was it ever OK to go camera off?

I’m consistently asked this question: how do we communicate most effectively as we transition to working across different onsite and remote workplaces and spaces? Many of the default communication norms adopted during the crisis-driven shift to remote work no longer serve us. They need to be reviewed and, possibly, revised. Thank you to ROY MAURER for […]

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Busting The Six Myths Of Flexible And Remote Work Keeping Us Stuck

Recently, Jessica Davies, the Managing Editor of the Future of Work for Digiday, asked me to debunk the top myths about flexible and remote work that were keeping people stuck as Davies explains, “…in the stampede to figure out the right hybrid models, misunderstandings that can lead to further headaches.” The article “Myth buster: Hybrid working models’ […]

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Holiday Gratitude for Early TWEAK IT Praise

As the holidays near, I want to thank everyone who has offered their early praise and enthusiasm for TWEAK IT: Make What Matters to You Happen Every Day (Center Street/Hachette, January 8, 2013). It has meant so much to me. I’d like to give special thanks to the following leaders and experts for their support. […]

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How Parents Can Add Cyber Safety Awareness to Their Busy Work+Life Fit

Yesterday, May 17th, was National Cyber Safety Awareness Day, a reminder to all of us busy parents that we need to be cyber-aware about what their children are doing online. And most of us aren’t.  Shawn Marie Edgington, “Americas leading “Texpert” and cyberbullying prevention expert” wants to change that with her new book, “The Parent’s […]

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Distraction as a Cause of Recession; Why Recovery Will Require Paying More Attention (Plus: How I Finally Disconnected on Vacation!)

For the past few months I’ve pondered these questions: Would people have made better personal financial decisions such as charging less to credit cards, and taking mortgages that they couldn’t afford if they’d paid closer attention to what they were doing? Would leaders in financial institutions have seen the red flags sooner if they’d periodically […]

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