Wishing participants would turn their cameras on. Is that a reflection on them or on you? (Part 2)

Last time, in “Wishing participants would turn their cameras on. Is that a reflection on them or on you? (Part 1)”, we talked about us humans having various modes of learning, information intake and processing. Switching cameras on is only…

Wishing participants would turn their cameras on. Is that a reflection on them or on you? (Part 1)

“In the current environment where meetings, workshops and training courses tend to be online, we're always looking at ways to make the online experience more effective. There's a simple step to increase effectiveness. It's not complicated, it's not difficult, all…

Do you know that remote working requires different skills?

"Great remote leaders create simple processes that can manage the work asynchronously instead of having online meetings all the time." - Liam Martin After working remotely for almost a year, I still find people trying to transfer what they do…

Suddenly Remote Struggles, Part 3: Wonder why you are more exhausted after a day of online meetings?

After working from home for a month, Peter finds himself more exhausted than working in the office for 10+ hours a day. He also finds that he has developed some terrible habits, one of them being sitting in the same…

Suddenly Remote Struggles, Part 2: Meeting as usual? Think again

In the last post, I mentioned I’ll talk about how to decide what meetings to call. You may ask, why do I need to think about that? I already have all the meetings I need on my calendar, I just…

Suddenly Remote Struggles, Part 1: What if your meeting attendees refuse to turn on video cameras?

Now that we all have been forced to work from home for almost a month, did you run into these 2 scenarios: You’ve never worked remote before and you’re suddenly forced to work remote, so you’re searching online and asking…