Wow! I can’t believe it’s been a year since I shared any articles with you. Thank you to all of you who reached out to say you missed my updates and to check on me.
Personally, my family and I are doing great. Professionally, UnmannedPower is going strong. I took the opportunity during 2020 to support our clients in both direct recruiting and other business support and I enjoyed every minute of it. We continue to grow, recruit, consult, and look forward to continuing to serve our industry as vaccines reach the masses and business heats up.
We’re still here for you!
There’ve been hundreds upon hundreds of articles written about how business has changed, how businesses can prepare, and what we should have learned from 2020.
I won’t repackage those articles for you, but I’ve listed a few I enjoyed. You can access all articles here:
- Rolling Stone – 14 Invaluable Lessons Business Leaders Learned During the Pandemic: https://www.rollingstone.com/culture-council/panels/lessons-business-leaders-learned-during-pandemic-1095153/
- TechRepublic – 6 business lessons learned as a result of COVID-19: https://www.techrepublic.com/article/6-business-lessons-learned-as-a-result-of-covid-19/
- Vistage CEO’s on 6 hard business lessons learned in 2020: https://www.vistage.com/research-center/business-leadership/20201228-business-lessons/
Let’s have a little fun with this topic.
Share one or two of your favorite worst lessons learned or terrible advice from the past year. I’ll compile them and share so we can all laugh at ourselves a little.
Here are a few to get us started:
- You can work full time and teach your child common core math at the same time. (Full disclosure: I can’t teach my child common core math if it is the only thing I’m doing.)
- Of course we continued to shower and get dressed every day when working from home…I only believe this if the camera is on during our regular Zoom call😉.
Email me your worst lessons learned!