Socializing with Intent

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Getting to know our colleagues not only informs how we do our jobs, but helps us develop deeper connections to our work. One of the things we at Provide have learned through our reliance on remote work is that socialization has to be deliberate. We can’t just assume that we will learn about each other or build a supportive organizational culture naturally.  To that end, the Provide Communications Intern began an interview project; she first interviewed Provide‘s Deputy Director, Jenny O’Donnell, about her role, what surprises her about the work, “secret” passions, and more! For managers looking for ways to incorporate better socialization practices into their remote work, this may be an interesting resource!

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