Melissa Romo in Forbes

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‘We didn’t train leaders or workers to develop remote-compatible habits, which meant that remote work came at the cost of loneliness, burnout, and disengagement. The solution to those three is not to reverse remote work, but to learn how to create belonging and engagement through new management skills.’

Melissa Romo, author of Your Resource is Human, is featured in Forbes speaking about ‘ boreout’ and the five emotional pitfalls of remote and hybrid work.

Remote Work Is Here To Stay, So Build A Reinforcing Culture

“Remote” work is nothing new to me. I’ve been doing it most of the time since 1973. Back then, high tech office equipment was an IBM Selectric typewriter with the bouncing ball. If you wanted to get really fancy, you could change the ball to print in italics.