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The 8020Info Water Cooler

Our newsletter is created to keep you abreast of some of the latest news and information of interest to small businesses, non-profits and public sector organizations. Water coolers are often the place where the best ideas are shared and we hope this newsletter — which we publish every three weeks — can serve a similar function in our own communities.

 

Vol-20_No-8_June_29-2020 June 28th, 2020

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we focus on the journey involved in learning about racism, improving how your organization listens, employee burnout, the case for content marketing, and recovering your momentum. Enjoy!

Racism: The Learning Journey
How An Organization Listens
The Costs Of Being A Caring Manager
The Biggest Myth About Employee Burnout
Making A Case For Content Marketing
Recovering Your Momentum

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Vol-20_No-7_June_8-2020 June 7th, 2020

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we look at the regression phase of a crisis, design lessons from architecture school, listening in times of chaos, updating your own “subconscious normal”, and a list of reference-checking questions. Enjoy!

Dealing With The Pandemic’s Regression Phase
Lessons From Architecture School
The Three Pandemic Plans You Need
Addressing Your Own “New Normal”
Questions for Reference Checking
Listening in Times of Chaos


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Vol-20_No-7_May_18-2020 May 18th, 2020

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we focus on the elastic tension between your leadership vision and current reality, plus tips on reducing Zoom fatigue, communicating in high-stress situations, and whether it’s time to reconsider your brand positioning. Enjoy!

Rubber Band Leadership
Five Ways To Combat Zoom Fatigue
Selling In A Pandemic
Two Mantras For Our Times
Do You Need A New Brand Category?
Communicating in High-Stress Situations

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Vol-20_No-6_Apr_27-2020 April 26th, 2020

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we focus on managing fears and issues without a playbook, practices that build resiliency, motivation when working from home, and figuring out what’s next. Don’t miss our checklist of mental biases that can warp your planning as you adapt to the pandemic. Enjoy!

The Two Fronts Of Every Crisis
Motivating A Remote Team
Three Resiliency Practices
The COVID 3T Playbook
The List: What’s Next?
Thinking Straight in a Topsy-Turvy World

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Vol-20_No-5_Apr_06-2020 April 5th, 2020

In this 8020Info Water Cooler we focus on making decisions in turbulent times, using simple rules and triage approaches for fast action, facilitating online video conferences, and classifying opponents to change. Enjoy!

Rules for Making Decisions In These Times
Understanding Your Opponents To Change
How To Be At Peace With Your Work
Recognition AND Appreciation
Triage In Turbulent Times
Online Facilitation Tips

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