Join Amy McKenna and Carol Bowser, JD, CEO of Conflict Management Strategies, as they discuss how conflict is appearing in today’s virtual work environment.
This week I had coffee with my good friend, Annie Cheng, a brilliant entrepreneur who has used her srappiness to pivot her culinary travel business, A Table Less Traveled, to bring joy and community to teams working remotely. In our discussion, Annie shares what it means to be an entrepreneur in a time of change, and how she has channeled her energy to help others during a crisis.
Most of us want to make the most out of our interactions, accommodating for and embracing differences in communication styles and preferences.
Reflecting on the difference between gender archetypes and gender stereotypes, Lisa provides tools and insight on how to get back on track when we feel we are not being heard, and how to make the most of communicating virtually over video conference.
Are you are feeling lost or disoriented about the plans that you launched pre-Covid?