Understanding the Dynamics of Remote Work with Lisette Sutherland

Workshops.Work · February 21, 2024

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The remote revolution is underway. Accelerated by the pandemic and snowballing ever since, the future of work is fast becoming our present day default.

But is it all going to plan? Lisette Sutherland flies the flag proudly for remote work, but readily admits our approach might be a little off-course currently.

Has our focus been misplaced, so intently on tech and tools rather than communication styles and new etiquette?

Lisette joins me in this episode to discuss it all — from the tips and tricks that make the switch to remote work smooth, all the way to psychology and group dynamics.

Find out about:

  • Why a work from anywhere policy has such a huge impact on quality of life 
  • The etiquette of virtual offices and why we cannot just transplant our in-person culture
  • How to work with ineffective remote tools, when you don’t have the freedom to choose
  • The value of embracing your personal style and signature — and those of your colleagues
  • What matters most (and what’s overrated) in the transition from office to remote work
  • Which systems, processes, and information management approaches have worked best for Lisette

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Workshops.Work

The world is waking up to the power of facilitation. Whether it's hosting a workshop, holding better meetings, or leading happy and productive teams - we want to make collaboration easy and effective. Dr. Myriam Hadnes is the founder of NeverDoneBefore, a global online facilitation community and festival, and this is her podcast. 'workshops work' is 50% sandbox and 50% classroom, a safe space for anyone interested in facilitation to learn more about the craft. Each week, a professional facilitator, trainer, or coach joins Myriam to discuss their interests and experiences in the world of facilitation. The conversations are open, and honest, and make facilitation understandable and accessible to all.Get practical tips and advice from a raft of experts and uncover the magic ingredients that make workshops work. You can download a free 1-page summary of each episode on https://workshops.work/podcast

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