By Karen Marlo, President, Resigility, and Michelle Blouse, Founder and Partner, Eutemia The saying “change is hard” is especially applicable to adapting organizational cultures. Case in point: our current work with a government agency to build an open culture encouraging diversity of thought and new ideas, enabling decision-making at all levels and instilling accountability.
Celebrating service, smiles and salsa May 27, 2021 In a previous blog, I shared how our Resigility team has overcome remote work challenges and created some virtual fun and camaraderie by acknowledging offbeat “day” or “month” observances. This coming Monday, we’ll celebrate traditional as well as unconventional occasions, including: Memorial Day, to pay tribute to
What a difference a year makes! Thinking back to March 2020, our country was in the initial phase of addressing a highly contagious global pandemic. Most U.S. businesses, government agencies and schools were closing, and moving to remote work and learning. Today, it’s clear that telework isn’t going away. Having frequently worked from home
The coronavirus has certainly challenged organizational resilience and agility in new and different ways – the transition to remote work, reliance on virtual technology tools and the lack of face-to-face interaction are just a few workplace impacts. One of the biggest issues – before the pandemic and especially now – is the number of
Our Resigility team had many opportunities in 2020 to demonstrate our company name, a combination of “resilience” and “agility.” We also had the good fortune of helping our clients use these core attributes to quickly adapt and overcome challenges, especially those resulting from the pandemic. That’s why I wanted to start the new year
As we get ready to close out 2020, I have thought about how to evaluate this year. Of course, this year has challenged our communities, our country and the world. The pandemic has upended every aspect of our lives. Normally, I would look at the year and think about how successful we were. Did
When Resigility was started five years ago, a key part of our mission was to support the communities we work and live in. Each year, Resigility employees take time off to volunteer with Special Olympics, Boy and Girl Scouts, soup kitchens and local schools. However, this year many of those opportunities just couldn’t happen.
Resigility staff recommend the following books to read in 2020: The Book of Joy The Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu with Douglas Abrams In this inspiring book, the Dalai Lama and Bishop Desmond Tutu partake in a conversation with Douglas Abrams acting as 'narrator.' These leaders share their beliefs on how to
When companies or government agencies undertake a significant transformational change, they often believe they communicate well with employees or that employees are well-informed about the change. However, is that true? Organizations’ intentions are good; they want to convey information to employees that matters. However, there’s often a hesitation to communication until everything has been
Using Our Own Telework Experience to Help Our Clients Succeed in an Age of New Challenges and Pressures As the world responds to a pandemic that is having an unprecedented impact on daily life, many businesses are continuing operations, as best they can, from their normal place of business. Here at Resigility, working from home