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David Burkus on Leading from Anywhere, Working Remotely

By Chris Heuer | January 5, 2021

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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A Lesson from 2020: We Must Slow Down

By Chris Heuer | December 31, 2020

2020 taught us a lot this year, mainly that “slowing down” is not a luxury, but a requirement for our mental health and wellness. Our society can no longer operate at warp speed. There is too much at stake to ignore this challenge.

“Our love of speed has turned into an addiction.” We need to stop overreacting, being quick to anger, and slow to empathy if we want to help build a brighter tomorrow.

Giving yourself permission to go slow, to be more present, is no longer something we should do, it is something we MUST do.

The fourth step to lifelong life-work-activism integration? TRACK.

By Elisa Camahort Page | December 17, 2020

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 …

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Remote Work. A better way?

By Chris Heuer | December 15, 2020

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 …

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FIVE FROM THE ISLAND: 4 Dec 20

By Matthew Weeks | December 4, 2020

Welcome to the Island, as they say.  We are looking at frightening new Coronavirus statistics and the real possibility that we’ll soon be in much more restrictive conditions as lock-downs and curfews are on the horizon. So time for Five From The Island. This week we explore some interesting perspectives on what changes when you …

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The Third Step to Lifelong Life-Work-Activism Integration? CONTRIBUTE.

By Elisa Camahort Page | December 2, 2020

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 you’re …

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The WiFi Blues

By Matthew Weeks | November 5, 2020

Getting your home network rig ready for prime time. What tech malady most terrified office workers over the years? In the 1990s it was the BSOD “blue screen of death” in Windows. In the 2000s it was the “spinning wheel of death.” Now it’s “Your internet connection is unstable.” Talk about stressors in the workplace. …

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Are you an Expensify- or a Coinbase-style Leader?

By Elisa Camahort Page | November 3, 2020

Two tech CEOs (both white men, FWIW) very publicly took stands on political speech connected to their companies, stands which were about as opposite as they could be. And it speaks to the decisions we all must make about whether to be an Activist Leader and what kind of Activist Leader to be. First came …

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Five From The Island: 30 Oct 20

By Matthew Weeks | October 30, 2020

This week’s Five From The Island has an overall theme of communication across remote working groups. The first several articles explore the nature of “asynchronous” communication and the related notion of using “bursts” rather than nonstop streams. Closely related to how communications are different in remote teams, we bring an article that discourages leaders from …

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Upcoming Events: Oct 26-30

By Kristie Wells | October 26, 2020

We have built a great calendar of webinars, fireside chats, Ask Me Anythings, and Office Hours, and hope you will plan to join us for some, or all. If you are a Remotely Member, log into the website and then just click the “RSVP” box for Members on the bottom of the event page so …

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