Oct 10, 2019
Today Pilar explores the paths
that a diverse range of leaders of remote teams have travelled, to
reach their present roles. Journeys of learning, self awareness and
personal growth… Some inspiring conversations, which we will share
with you in full later in the year.
What’s going on?
Our quick round-up of remote
work news and conversations:
- Online meetings: A new
series of articles curated by Judy Rees, and featuring many of our
previous guests, as well as Pilar herself, discussing the
social connection aspect
of online meetings, and we’ll have Judy on the show to talk about
all the issues that emerged.
at Work contact us about learning and development in remote teams,
so we referred them to Buffer and their exemplary approach to
managing and funding professional development - growth mindset, rather than training, for a
- Breakout rooms - a feature of face to face
workshop facilitation since forever, and so far limited to Zoom
online. But you can hack MS Teams, or Skype, or anything else, to
do breakout sessions if you use different channels, for each room.
Reminds us all that it’s not which tool, but how you agree to use
it, that matters… Even if it takes a little more prep.
Don’t forget to share with us ‘what’s going on’ for you, and there’s more
news, of course, in our newsletter.
Now lets meet our remote
leadership guests, who discussed multiple dimensions of remote
leadership in a series of in-depth conversations with Pilar (please
shownotes for details)
Laïla is Head of People Ops at Mural, a visual collaboration tool for planning and
Buffer Mobile Lead
If you enjoyed these insights,
do look out later in the year for the full interviews with each of
these inspiring guests