Author Archives: Ashley Armstrong

Team Alignment Is For the Birds!

Team Alignment Is For the Birds!

Do an Internet search for team alignment and you’ll find plenty of articles – why your team needs to be aligned for superior performance, how to align your team, and what alignment looks like. And you’ll see images like these to depict high performance teams. Team alignment implies everyone is moving forward in unison with […]

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How to Recognize a Leader

How to Recognize a Leader

How do you recognize who’s a leader? Is it the person telling everyone what to do? Not necessarily. If he is being ignored, he is only talking to himself. Is it the person giving directions? Telling people where to go? Not necessarily. An usher in the theater, who tells you which entrance to use, is […]

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‘I Can’t Unplug from Work, and It’s Affecting My Colleague’s Job’

'I Can’t Unplug from Work, and It’s Affecting My Colleague’s Job'

After-hour emailing is causing workplace misunderstandings. CEO/Mom Lorrie oversees two companies and considers employee Katherine to be a part of her family. Colleagues for four years, they get along, but when Lorrie emails Katherine while distracted and off-duty, it leads to many misunderstandings. Can Lorrie stop wanting to always be available ? Can Katherine understand […]

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Massachusetts Just Passed a Law That Gives Pregnant Women Access to Lighter Workloads

Massachusetts Just Passed a Law That Gives Pregnant Women Access to Lighter Workloads

The new law will make it much harder for employers to discriminate against pregnant women too. Good news for pregnant and nursing moms in Massachusetts—they just gained a host of new protections, after state Gov. Charlie Baker signed the Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. The bipartisan bill prohibits workplace and hiring discrimination related to pregnancy […]

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How to Survive a Layoff

How to Survive a Layoff

The social contract between employer and employee that virtually guaranteed long-term employment forty years ago no longer exists. Today, most of us are “at will” employees, meaning that employers can lay us off at any time, sometimes with little or no notice. Although layoffs tend to be more prevalent during times of economic downturn, they […]

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