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As more employees report a permanent transition to remote work, several key strategies can help protect the boundary between work and home life.
Qualities like inner resilience and patience help you navigate challenges and position you to achieve your goals in business. Use those traits and follow these 4 strategies to become an effective entrepreneur, regardless of your obstacles.
Empathy and active listening are two skills every effective leader should have. The experience of living with a disability provides an advantage in recognizing the importance of these skills and wielding them in the workplace.
When it comes to being a business leader with a disability, rather than feeling insecure about your limitations, take advantage of three character traits you have developed as a result of overcoming obstacles and use them to effectively negotiate.
How to make your business's marketing efforts perfectly match its brand.
Making your office maximally accessible to people with disabilities or limitations is not just the right thing to do -- it also gives teams additional communication and productivity tools.
Look for team members with these three essential qualities.
When you have a resourceful team, your company will be more prepared and efficient.
The accessibility mode may just be the greatest ally in maintaining your autonomy.
Exercise these key skills to better motivate your team.
Succeed beyond your limitations by making the most out of your people, time and finances.
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