How to Parent in a Digital World: Resources
Family Minecraft Policy (Google Docs version here)
Family Support Form Responses (copy this to your Google Drive so you can adapt it to your family’s needs. For help, see How to copy a Google Form)
iOS 12: Getting to Know Screen Time & Stronger Parental Controls (for iPhone/iPad)
The Complete Guide to Setting up Parental Controls in Windows
How to use Parental Controls in Windows 8
How to Use Parental Controls in OS X to Protect Your Kids
4 Ways to Set up Parental Controls on Your Home Network
Parental Control Tools That Cover Every Device In Your Home
Circle with Disney: Is it worth it?
The dimensions of hybrid equity
Those of us who enjoy the professional and personal benefits of remote work are a large and lucky minority—but yes, a minority. Most estimates show that about 60% of North American jobs just have to be done in person. Not incidentally, these are jobs that are more...
To get the most from collaboration tools, customize
My latest for The Wall Street Journal outlines seven key considerations in picking software to help your hybrid team work more effectively.
Remote work is a learned skill
Nobody is born knowing how to work...
Remote work: A conversation
What does it take to succeed in the hybrid workplace? I'm delighted to join my friends at the Lavin Agency for an Author's Corner conversation with Charles Yao, Lavin's Director of Intellectual Talent. Our conversation will take place online at 9 am Pacific (noon...
How Working From Home Has Changed Employees
Today in The Wall Street Journal, I offer an expert-driven roadmap to managing employees who've been changed by the experience of remote work. As I write in today's story, They have spent over a year adjusting to a radically different rhythm—both in terms of work and...
Today in The New York Times: How to Navigate the Postpandemic Office
How much time should employees spend at the office, and how much time can they continue to work remotely? How do we schedule office time for our teams so that we get the most from our space—and our employees? What do we do if some employees want to stick with remote...
Taking a Break Doesn’t Always Mean Unplugging
While you can and should take breaks by stepping away from your devices and screens, you may not always have the time or the autonomy to do so. But if you choose the right screen-based breaks, they can provide you with similar benefits as the offline variety and help...
How to Protect Your Privacy When Working From Home
Today in the Wall Street Journal, I look at How to Protect Your Privacy When Working From Home: There is, for instance, the loss of privacy when your colleagues overhear you arguing with your children, or see what you read on the bookshelves behind you. Or the loss of...
Today in the WSJ: The key to creating virtual conferences that work
What makes for a great virtual event? Now that all our conferences, workshops and speaking engagements have to take place online, it's a crucial question. In today's Wall Street Journal, I map what it takes to make an online event successful, including: If at all...