My podcast guest literally wrote the book on how to work remotely.
David Burkus is an organizational psychologist, one of the world’s leading management thinkers, and 4 times best-selling author. His latest book “Leading from Anywhere” is the most comprehensive book on working remotely.
In this episode David shares actionable tips on:
- The 3 qualities you need to look for when hiring remotely.
- One mistake we make when we’re onboarding remotely.
- How to give constructive feedback remotely.
- Why we’re misusing Slack
- How to avoid burnout.
- and much much more
Here’s what I love about this interview the most…
David shares actionable tips that you can apply today. All his advice is rooted in research and is practical.
Here is your highlight guide to this episode:
[1:20] – David shares the #1 mistake managers make when interviewing remotely.
[6:21] – David talks about how managers can get better at prioritizing connection.
[9:40] – David shares how teams can build bonds from a distance.
[13:15] – We talk about how we can get better at Asynchronous tools
[18:00] – David talks about team agreements and their importance.
[20:24] – David shares how managers can give better feedback remotely
[25:41] – David shares how we can get better at spotting signs of burnout
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I’m also giving away three copies of David’s book “Leading from anywhere”. All you need to do is listen to the episode and reply to email@example.com with 1 or 2 things you’ve learned.
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