In this episode of Remote Pathways explore six areas to consider as you make the quick shift into working in a remote, virtual or distributed work space. Whether it's economic, health, political or environmental pressures, many organizations large and small are turning to remote work - even if they didn't think they might six months ago.
The Remote Pathways podcast is co-hosted by Jennifer Britton and Michelle Mullins. It is based on the writing of Jennifer Britton, author of Remote Pathways.
In this episode, we discuss the following tips that can help you get up to speed quickly if you need to go remote:
This week's download
Getting Up to Speed Quickly
This week's question
What helped you transition into remote work quickly?
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This week Jennifer shares definitions from her 2019 PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner for Virtual and Remote Professionals.
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In this episode of Remote Pathways we are interviewing Susan Combs! Susan is an Executive Coach who specializes in career coaching and communications training to mid-level professionals seeking to expand their leadership capabilities and advance their careers.
She also develops customized communications and training solutions for businesses and organizations with a special emphasis on facilitating corporate mentoring programs. With 23 years experience developing high-impact programs for individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations.
You're going to enjoy our conversation as Susan shares her story about working remote, the benefits of Mentoring programs and more!
In this episode, we discuss:
This week's download from Susan Combs
Mentoring in the Remote Space
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Additional remote connections mentioned by our podcast guest
MentorRoadmap.com for more on Susan (and Jennifer's) mentor training and mentoring resources for organizations.
This week's question
How have mentors helped you in the remote space?
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Thursday, April 2nd @ 7am ET on Zoom (check Remote Pathways Facebook page for details)
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Remote Pathways is hosted by Jennifer Britton, author of Remote Pathways, and Michelle Mullins. Both Jennifer and Michelle are professional credentialed coaches who specialize in supports for the remote worker, remote leaders and virtual teams. Learn more about them here.