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Remote Work Revolution

Tsedal Neeley

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Remote work is here to stay, so it's up to you to equip yourself with the best skills to navigate this new business marketplace.


Remote Work Revolution

Remote Work Revolution

by Tsedal Neeley


Remote work isn't a new concept but it certainly took on a new life due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Like most trends, it was first implemented and tested in the world of tech.

The global response to COVID-19 dramatically sped up the business world's adoption of remote work. A survey conducted in April 2020 reported that 74% of participating companies had plans to indefinitely adopt more remote work even after the pandemic ends. The global marketplace has shifted to a more internationally interactive community. Between 2000 and 2015, U.S. multinational companies hired 4.3 million employees domestically versus 6.2 million employees overseas.

Tsedal Neeley is a professor at Harvard Business School. She began writing this book even before coronavirus globally changed the business landscape. This book provides insights on how to best navigate the remote work landscape for both leaders and those just entering the workforce.

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Leadership is empowering other people as a result of your presence — and making sure that impact continues in your absence. Leaders must create the conditions for people to realize their own capacity and power.

- Frances Frei and Anne Morriss, authors and leadership experts

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