Entries by Resurg

How CEOs Should Manage Their Time in the Hybrid Workplace

After 18 months of leading organizations remotely, chief executives must learn to combine the best parts of what they’ve learned about virtual leadership with the most effective parts of managing face-to-face. The author, who studies how CEOs spend their time, suggests that leaders limit the negative consequences of video meetings, rethink assumptions about the reasons to […]

Leading into the Post COVID Recovery

Every crisis has three phases: the emergency, a regression, and, finally, a recovery. And while the latter phase may seem like smooth sailing in comparison to manoeuvring your business through Covid-19, it can actually be filled with withdrawal, loss, and doubt. That’s because, during the emergency, the sense of purpose seemed crystal clear: Act now. […]

Working from home means longer hours, fewer sick days, & fewer bonuses, according to a major report

The remote-working shift is hailed as the future – but new data highlights potential negative trends. Remote workers were more likely to work overtime and less likely to get bonuses, for example. Insider rounds up four key takeaways from the report. The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted bold predictions that the future of work will be […]

It’s not just you – meetings really have spiraled out of control in the pandemic

Microsoft analyzed how users of its workplace tools interacted with each other in the pandemic. People are now spending more than double the time in meetings and receiving almost 50% more chats. More than half of surveyed workers say they’re overworked. If you’ve been exhausted working from home in the pandemic, here’s some alarming new […]

Achieve Success off Social Good

In 2020, it’s becoming clear that the priorities of large businesses have shifted immensely. More than ever, businesses are making an effort to break the status-quo by using profits to foster their consumer community for the greater good, becoming leaders in their fields in the process. Here’s a look into how 5 different businesses have […]

How to Market in a Downturn

In every downturn marketers find themselves in poorly charted waters because no two downturns are exactly alike. However, in studying the marketing successes and failures of dozens of companies as they’ve navigated recessions from the 1970s onward, we’ve identified patterns in consumers’ behavior and firms’ strategies that either propel or undermine performance. Companies need to […]