This past fall, I sat down with author Erica Keswin to discuss her books: Bring Your Human to Work, published two years ago, and the just published Rituals Roadmap, available now everywhere books are sold. Erica’s work seems prescient to me, as we now enter month 12 of seeing all of our co-workers in even more of their human glory. But I also think company leaders really … [Read more...] about RECAP: Fireside Chat with Author Erica Keswin
If you are leading a remote team, whether you've been doing it for years or are doing it for the first time, pick up a copy of David Burkus' just released book, "Leading from Anywhere". It's a fantastic guide to the many challenges and opportunities remote leaders face in today's world, as remote work has become a mainstay and an integral foundation for collaboration. One … [Read more...] about David Burkus on Leading from Anywhere, Working Remotely
2020 had it all ... except what most of us were planning to get from it as we approached this day, New Years Eve, in 2019. We have lived through interesting (and historic) times -- a global pandemic, asteroids passing near earth, climate catastrophes, economic shutdowns, and murder hornets in our backyard, to name a few. In the face of the fear and suffering 2020 has given us, … [Read more...] about A Lesson from 2020: We Must Slow Down
One of the founding beliefs of Remotely is that we know better and should do better. Better at what? Everything. We not only have the knowledge we already need somewhere in our world, but the wisdom is freely available to anyone willing to seek it. This is especially true regarding organizational design and leadership in a world where teams are distributed, untethered from … [Read more...] about Remote Work. A better way?
Exclusively for our charter leadership circle members and consulting clients, join Remotely founder Chris Heuer for the opportunity to discuss any challenges or opportunities you have in front of you. Whether you are working on a new strategy for your connected culture, redesigning your collaboration processes, or trying to solve for something more specific, no topic is off … [Read more...] about Leadership Circle Office Hours
Moving away from webinars that require registration and into more open dialog, in addition to regular livestreams, we will also be hosting a weekly conversation on Clubhouse every Friday. We will change time zones to serve more people until we find a time that works best for everyone too. This first conversation is on the big question of what will it take to make remote work … [Read more...] about Making Remote Work for Everyone (on Clubhouse)
There are a lot of challenges facing the advancement of remote work, the advancement of trust based management practices, the advancement of inclusiveness, and the advancement of conscious capitalism. Beyond of course the obvious need for these mindsets and practices to become the default instead of the optional, we see several specific major issues that need to be resolved … [Read more...] about Making Remote Work in 2021
As the shock of this pandemic has begun to wear off, visionary leaders are reimagining their organizations to optimize their operations and improve the performance of their people working remotely. Some are even beginning to ask, is there a better framework or model for collaborating, innovating, and accomplishing our objectives then how we've been doing things? Are we doing … [Read more...] about Sociocracy, Remote Work, and Distributed Organizations
If you’ve been following my advice on how to build your personal road map to being an effective everyday activist, you’ve triaged your issues and picked those on which you commit to being a leader. And you’ve done the research to find others who are prioritizing and focusing on your core issues too, so can join them and, not reinvent the wheel nor try to swoop in as a savior … [Read more...] about The fourth step to lifelong life-work-activism integration? TRACK.
Lori Luna and Elisa Camahort Page will discuss all the considerations you may not have thought of when moving your IRL event to be online. ABOUT LORI LUNA Lori is a seasoned event executive with over 20 years of event production experience with her last production role as the General Manager of Events for BlogHer. In her current role, she is the COO of D3G Productions, a … [Read more...] about Taking IRL Events Virtual