Managing Remote Teams
Summary: A podcast that explores how to achieve when everyone is working from home.
Listen to the book either on its own or as you read the book.
Do you know how to figure out if someone is burned out and what effects it's having on your team?
introverts require a specific light touch when being managed. Tune in to find out more.
Listening is a simple yet often overlooked skill that lies at the core of engagement and motivation. Paradoxically those who think they're good listeners are often the ones benefiting the least from it. Raquel Ark shares research-backed tips on how to listen effectively at work.
virtual whiteboards allow for a lot of flexibility when collaborating remotely
Liam goes into the mechanics of asynchronous management, and how it's helped him respond in a crisis that affects his team.
Just like the Eskimos have many words for snow, we need more words for work. This has major implications for productivity and feeling fulfilled.
Concert violinist Diane Allen shares her framework for entering flow individually and how it can be used with teams.
Mark Graban talks about process behavior charts and why they are really useful in a remote situation when you're managing with metrics.
how season 2 will work
A look back at how this podcast covered remote work's evolution since the beginning of the pandemic.
Flowcharts are a powerful tool when collaborating in or with distributed teams. Find out how Trevor uses them effectively.
Vasco Duarte and Luke Szyrmer discuss scrum in a remote setting, including how to adapt to remote even though scrum wasn't designed to handle it. This episode aired originally on the ScrumMaster toolbox podcast.
Axiology and value generation matter - a lot -when managing projects of any kind, including remote ones.
The temptation is to really hone in on every little detail of what employees do--especially when you can't see what they're doing. But this is counterproduct. Rowan van Dijk goes into why and also how he overcame his own tendencies to micromanage.