Tag Archives: remote-work

Remote Work Q&A, Part 2

This part may be even better than Part 1. Love the commentary on shared calendars and documenting over meetings.

https://share.transistor.fm/s/2a0efd93

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Remote Work Q&A, Part 1

Great podcast on the transition to remote work from some of the guys that have been doing it for years. Strongly recommend anyone working remotely, especially managers or “leaders”, listen.

https://share.transistor.fm/s/afeec331

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The Ultimate Guide to Remote Work | Miro

In the current remote work age there are a number of guides popping up out there with good tips/tricks. I thought this one was pretty good. Mostly management focused, but the last 3 sections are more employee focused.

https://miro.com/guides/remote-work/

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