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11/6/2019

Virtual Offices and Coworking Spaces: How to Make an Office for the Future

How much does the setting where you work affect the work you do? One report found that physical work environments play a larger role in worker productivity than you might think: 69% of the surveyed businesses reported improvements in employee satisfaction and engagement after installing healthier building accommodations. 

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11/23/2018

Etiquette to Remember During a Virtual Meeting

Telecommuting comes with a lot of advantages and freedoms. For example, you can work from the comfort of your own home (or even bedroom), you can wear whatever you want to work, and there’s no bothersome commute. That said, when you interact with other professionals, standard rules of engagement apply, whether you’re conscious of it or not. 

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8/21/2018

7 Reasons why You shouldn’t Work from Home

Working from home is often over-hyped and over-idealized. While there are many perks to it like no commute and being able to work in your PJs, the truth is that it’s not the best solution out there.

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7/5/2018

The Future of Virtual Offices in the Healthcare Industry

In the case of patients, they can monitor and manage their own health using wearables. These and other technologies are critical facilitators of telemedicine, which gives doctors and other healthcare providers the ability to diagnose issues, prescribe medications, and monitor patient status without ever seeing them in-person.

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3/23/2018

How to Appear More Professional to Your Clients: 5 Ways to Start

Over the course of my career, I’ve had a chance to meet and interview hundreds of executives around the globe from enterprises such as Vodafone, United, BNY Mellon, Ford, Sealed Air, France Telecom, Visa, NASDAQ, Thai Airways, eBay, Barclays, and countless others. One of the key takeaways from these interviews and interactions is the professionalism—the individual executives as well as the companies they represent. Nearly every one of them talked, acted, and dressed their role. Rarely did I meet with one of the executives and leave doubting their professionalism or that of the company they represented.

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