Constant evolution of the modern day workforce has resulted in the practice and management of remote teams, for the better. We’ve seen standard offices and cubicles morph into company campuses and open-plan offices, and furthermore into completely remote working arrangements, which just may be the most productive of all. Continue reading “4 tips to get more out of your distributed team”
Where should I put this? Did I name the file properly? How do I find x? Who can see these changes? Continue reading “Instruction or Independence when organizing files?”
Great leaders are not defined by their title, responsibility, or pay grade, but rather through their ability to bring people together as a team by appealing to their interests and needs individually. These leaders are constantly seeking out the best ways to support those working with or for him or her. Continue reading “Using Gardner’s Theory Of MI To Your Advantage In The Workplace”
Take a moment to think about the decisions you’ve made today. Some may have felt automatic, like getting out bed or which freeway to take for your commute. Others may have required more complex thinking such as which vendor to work with, which candidate to hire for an open position, or which job offer to take. Regardless of the complexity, we are faced with making a ton of decisions each day. Even reading this article was a decision, and while many of these decisions seem automatic, the fact that our brains perform this magnificent function is awe-inspiring. Our brain is like a muscle and every decision we make serves as an exercise for the executive function of the brain.
Everyone on the Shelf.io team was extremely excited to see our CEO’s article featured on the home page of Fast Company this past weekend! In this column, Sedarius Perrotta talks about how the month he spent living with the Tucano tribe of the Amazon forever shaped his career and helped guide him on his entrepreneurial journey.