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Welcome to the weekly newsletter for Crossover blog subscribers

Take a break from your work and join us for some piping hot news about remote work, productivity, and what the Crossover community has been up to.

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Radical Candor — Your humanity is an asset to your effectiveness, not a liability

In this post, I’m going to share quotes from the book named Radical Candor authored by Kim Scott

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Why Synchronous Isn’t Ideal For Remote Work

We can now communicate easily across different time zones and remote work is slowly becoming the new normal. However, it also creates a new set of challenges.

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When David was uprooted from a successful Salesforce job in the US to return to his wife’s birthplace, Brazil, he needed to find similar work elsewhere. After joining Crossover, he said, “The first thing I noticed was the uncompromising commitment to knowledge sharing across the team and organization.”

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It’s clear that technology has changed the way we work. Companies no longer need to have all their employees in one physical place to operate. We can now communicate easily across different time zones and remote work is slowly becoming the new normal. However, it also creates a new set of challenges.

Since remote workers are often located in different time zones, it’s tougher to schedule a group meeting. As a result, something that would take two minutes to solve in a typical business setting might take one or two days when working with remote teams.

What’s the solution for more effective collaboration? Asynchronous communication. In this post, we’ll cover the differences between synchronous and asynchronous communication and why asynchronous communication is the future of work. …


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Welcome to the weekly newsletter for Crossover blog subscribers

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Why remote work is not for ‘kids with a backpack’

These are serious considerations if you’re going to travel to different locations. So, what is the reality of being a digital nomad and how does it compare to remote work?

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Why you should embrace global talent to stay competitive in the next 10 years

Want to stay competitive in the next 10 years? There are lots of talented individuals in foreign markets. You can only open your doors to global talent if you can adopt a remote working culture in your business.

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If Likes No Longer Matter on Social Media, Then What Does?

Attention is the new like. Here’s a look at how social media behaviors are changing and what it means for marketers and…

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Ian Giles

VP of Content @crossover4work responsible for creating and curating epic content that attracts thousands of candidates per week.

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