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Is Online Education Aligned with Creativity?

By Andy Sky | Let’s face it; there is a lot of negative stigma surrounding creativity and how it is perceived as ‘soft’ or ‘secondary.’ People have biased ideas that STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)…

Bridging the Global Gap During COVID-19

By Victoria Hekking | Being on the Culture Committee for a widely spread company with team members worldwide can often be as daunting as exciting. Until recently, our Culture Committee at Construct was very regionally focused.…

Leadership in a Time of Crisis

By David Casey & Meg Knight | Successful leadership in a crisis situation is a matter of both mindset and a specific set of actions. While it is a challenge, it also represents an opportunity to…

Why Optimism Makes a Difference at Work

By Armando Peña | Bobby McFerrin’s chirpy lyrics to “Don’t Worry be Happy” encourage us to look at life from an optimistic perspective, even when things might not be going perfectly. In truth, seeing the world…
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It’s All Evolutionary

By Victoria Hekking | Consider how many great things in life often evolve to be “great,” but do not start perfectly. Things change to better suit their times, and if they don’t, they either cease to…
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Changing as a Leader During COVID-19

By Meg Knight | Being a COO for the globally distributed workforce of an education technology company during the pandemic has required me to pivot my leadership style and has brought different leadership skills to the…