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David Burkus on Leading from Anywhere

David Burkus on Leading from Anywhere, Working Remotely

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 …

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Supporting Black and Brown Founders … The How and the Why

Last week Remotely hosted a webinar conversation to talk about the why and how to support Black and brown entrepreneurs and founders. Joining me were three bona fide experts on the topic: My former BlogHer co-founder, Lisa Stone, who is now a Managing Director at the VC firm WestRiver Group. Lisa published a new white …

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The first step to lifelong life-work-activism integration? Triage.

If you’re like me, you wake up every morning, and you might feel upset, outraged, angry, sad, or activated about 25 different issues. I definitely do. But here’s the thing: You can’t be an effective leader on 25 issues. You can’t keep up focus, intention, and action on 25 different issues. Certainly not in a …

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The 2020 RemoteReady Study: What We Learned and Where It Takes Us Next

Last week, in a Remotely webinar, we presented some key findings from the 2020 RemoteReady Study of attitudes towards remote work, what works and what doesn’t. We also presented the future lines of inquiry these results surfaced. At only six months into the Now of Work being #remotework, there is still a lot to dig …

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Welcome to the Activist Leader

Decades ago “the personal is political” became a rallying cry for the second-wave feminist movement…the phrase itself being rallied around by everyone, while authorship of it was claimed by no one. Today, we cannot deny that the professional has become personal and therefore political too. Some might think the words “activist” and “leader” are oxymoronic …

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To Make Remote Work for Everyone, We Need to AIM Higher

Remotely’s mission is to make remote work for everyone. And we mean everyone.  What we mean is everyone who is striving to give their unique gift to the world, to lift others, and to aspire to become their most fulfilled self. Regardless of identity, circumstance, or location, we believe that everyone has the potential to …

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