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21st Century Work Life - remote working, virtual teams and flexible working


Enjoy our episodes on how the world of work (and our attitude to work) is changing. 
And every other week, we talk specifically about working in virtual teams. 

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Nov 2, 2017

There are many ways of learning from others in our remote team: through asking for feedback and running activities where we can learn from each other.

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A few updates:

Lisette is looking for beta readers and there will be a range of ways in which to give her feedback on her book. To do so, sign up to her newsletter: https://www.collaborationsuperpowers.com/

Why are companies still asking people to work from home without providing them with the support they need?

Are there two “camps” of organisations working with remote teams: those that have been doing it for decades (and will not change their ways) and those making the transition who can see the potential of integrating a wide range of tech into their communications.

The main conversation:

Asking for feedback. Lisette shares how she’s gathering feedback on her TedX Talk.

The kind of questions / directions we can use when asking for feedback.

Using Google Docs to gather feedback and turn it into a conversation.

Latte and Learn sessions.
https://www.virtualnotdistant.com/blog/learning-remote-teams

Learning from each other asynchronously.
Happy Melly’s weekly challenge.

Using online apps/tools to capture thoughts as they come – and then sharing them so that others can build on them.

We are really talking here about building a learning culture, so that people get used to trying things out, sharing their experiences and focusing on improvement.

Nurturing curiosity – it’s something that can be developed given the time, space and structure. And encouragement, of course…