The Next LVL
Welcome to our blog, The Next LVL, where our team shares relevant and useful information you can use to LVL-Up yourself, your business, and your lifestyle so you can #GetItHandled®.
The Disadvantages of Remote, Asynchronous Work Part 2
As an EFM, remote and asynchronous work has many disadvantages such as fewer benefits, more work to build community, less oversight, larger feedback loops & fewer boundaries, and more distractions.
The Advantages (and Disadvantages) of Remote, Asynchronous Work
As an EFM, remote and asynchronous work has many advantages such as provide flexibility, help reduce gaps in employment and forward career progression.
Adaptability, a guiding principle put into action
LVL-Up has built a culture of adaptability for our staff and our clients by embracing change, taking risks, planning for the entire alphabet, and communicating clearly.
4 Ways to Build a Team that Turns Inspiration Into Action
To benefit from inspiration in action, you need a company culture that celebrates diversified thinking and creative problem solving.
Thriving with Colleagues you Trust like Family
Our clients rely on us to build strategies that are 1) fearless in their approach, yet adaptable in their execution; 2) solve complex problems with creative solutions; and 3) streamline multi-directional logistics into efficient processes.
Tips and Tricks For Moving To Developing Nations
We spent two years in Kinshasa and it was a fascinating place. I’m often asked about living in Congo and so I put together a list of things that I learned while serving there.
Collaboration, a guiding principle put into action
At LVL-Up team members are invited to join the team and help shape and grow the culture, the norms and the business.
Five Ways to Find Meaningful Work as an EFM
Congratulations, you are starting the life of an EFM (Eligible Family Member). You have agreed to move every 2-3 years and will soon learn the weight of all of your clothes. You will become an expert at planning the unplannable.
LVL-Up’s Genesis: Combining Small Business Needs with EFM Talent
In 2016 I left my job in management consulting to explore new career opportunities and to have time to support my family of five (plus a dog) as we transitioned from living in Brazil to moving back to the United States.