During the current pandemic, when many people are working remotely, online learning can present an opportunity to move away from a mindset of isolation and concentrate on accelerating your professional development.
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Remote work is a huge adjustment for many people, especially in these difficult times. Erin Joy, founder and CEO of Black Dress Circle, shares tips for adjusting to this new normal, the importance of staying communicative and open — mentally and emotionally — and how this pandemic can be an opportunity to focus on the long game.