WE ARE EMERGING FROM A GREAT DISRUPTION. This is your chance! You just lived through a worldwide pandemic and it would be very reasonable for you to be changed afterwards.
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Thoughts on Adult Development in the Workplace by Jen Dary
It can be daunting to start your 1:1 practice with a new hire but luckily there’s a card for that.
“Self-care” is math, quite simply a question of depleting and refilling. Have you ever spent time in a sandbox? You can’t build mountains without making holes.
I hope we’re on the precipice of some recovery in our Covid world and – to be frank – I think many of us have no freaking idea how to recover. Our needs are deep.
As you gain experience, the challenges and complexities of management can be a heavy burden and within the lessons and anecdotes, there are some that just aren’t appropriate to share with your team. Enter: a supportive small group.
Join us for So Now You’re a Manager’s cohort 017 this April! We’re specifically inviting women (trans-inclusive) to this cohort and look forward to a supportive, strong community of learning.
So you report to someone who is always very busy. Welcome to a very large club! Today’s tool aims to focus your conversation with your manager or project lead so you can get the information you need.
Plucky believes that the world will be more just when its leadership roles are filled by a vast diversity of voices, perspectives and visions. To that end, we are launching the So Now You’re a Manager Equity Scholarship.
This tool’s purpose is to help you get through *today* because the ability to self-regulate and get work done even when you are a little bored by it is an insanely valuable thing.
You know what’s great about *everyone* being remote these days? You can do professional development workshops without some folks feeling left out. Also, I can lead those workshops without you needing to worry about airfare. WIN-WIN. This year we’ll be offering Plucky Lunch & Learns (or brunch or coffee break, time of day is somewhat…
Plucky’s elasticity (nurtured by our slow growth) has been the secret to keeping the business afloat this year. Schedules haven’t been pretty and sanity is long-gone but the need for scaling back isn’t unfamiliar.
This is a message for working moms on Mother’s Day 2020. For the ladies holding it together at home and work (and beyond) during a worldwide pandemic. I see you. <3