As we set our goals and create plans for this year, it is important to look back at how our lives have been changed significantly in the past months. From working at home to homeschooling kids, increased daily distractions became part of all these changes. Here are some of the things I want to highlight from Eyal’s book that resonated with me, and I hope you will find them useful, too…
As we all take advantage of the benefits of remote work, coaches and facilitators also have the opportunity to offer Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion training programs virtually. The transition from in-person to virtual may be easy to some and challenging for another. How do you ensure that your online Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion workshop or training is inclusive?
At Integrated Work, we have been tinkering with the way we are organized for a while, looking for that just-right balance between coordinating well and not incurring a huge meeting overhead. As we continue to grow, we have realized that in order to amplify our impact in the most meaningful ways, we need new approaches to how we work together…
Do you feel anxious when the topic of race comes up? Do you know what the words diversity, equity, and inclusion really mean? What is intersectionality? How do these words apply to our daily lives? Integrated Work is offering an interactive session to explore concepts related to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This year has called on all of us to get creative, and the year ahead will demand no less of us. We will need to come up with more and more new technical solutions to staying connected at a distance, continue to reimagine business models that can adapt and evolve in the face of lots of external uncertainties, re-examine how we develop policies that support our collective thriving, and re-write our social contract so that we can build a better future for us all.
This year has been a whirlwind of events, from the COVID-19 pandemic to the social unrests, all leading to an even bigger event – the US election. As challenges continue to arise, we found it helpful and important to take a pause and think of the things that we are grateful despite the difficulties and uncertainty that this year has brought us. Here’s what our team is thankful for this year…
Are your organization and your team well-positioned to meet or exceed your goals, have a positive impact with your stakeholders and in the communities you serve, support one another through any challenges that 2021 may bring? At Integrated Work, we are partnering with organizations to assess these very questions and design a plan to optimize effectiveness so they can set themselves up for long-term success.
Are you a boomer with a “love and hate” relationship with Zoom? Here’s our take on the boomer-turned-Zoomer dilemma. Also, don’t miss how we used Zoom during our team’s staff retreat.
What does it mean to have a “Heart of Service”? Here’s a collection of quotes that inspire us on how we can apply our “heart of service” ideal to our daily work.
This fall, 22 years after founding Integrated Work, Jessica Hartung, a pioneer in the conscious business movement transferred ownership to Dr. Jennifer Simpson, who has been company CEO since June of 2019. This shift was co-designed for a smooth leadership transition that will serve all the stakeholders of Integrated Work.
Here are some of our favorite human-first quotes from people that inspire us — from great leaders to creative authors.
Integrated Work is delighted to welcome two new staff members to our team! Darrie Matthew Burrage and Nadia Ali joined us recently, and we couldn’t be more grateful to have more wonderful people accompany us on our journey.
To achieve greatness, start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.