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Calling all remote professionals - entrepreneurs, team leaders, virtual facilitators and sales professionals. Join co-hosts Jennifer Britton and Michelle Mullins as we explore the resources for a variety of remote professionals. We explore the people, places, and pathways for working remotely. We’ll connect you with the tools, resources, and voices from the field to support you in navigating the dynamic, ever-changing pathways of working remotely. As remote workers ourselves, we are passionate about the world of Remote Work. We bring more than 4 decades of shared experience in working in this space – from global team leadership, to virtual entrepreneurship, to coaching and leading professionals with all these backgrounds. www.remotepathways.com
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In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we take a trip down memory lane and review the episodes of the first season.  Join Michelle and Jennifer for this high level overview of our Remote Adventure!In this episode we explore:Digital Dozen Avatar overviewSome of our favorite moments in Season #1The origin of the Remote Pathways podcastWhat's ahead and important in 2021The fabulous topics, downloads, and more that we explored in Season #1Episode Download:Reconnect with the Digital DozenQuestion of the Week:What is your favorite episode in Season #1Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathways***Join the Conversation***Our favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section.Connect with us at our Facebook Group – and let us know what you do to get up to speed quicklyIn this episode, we mentioned the episode about Remote CollaborationIf you are a new listener to the Remote Pathways podcast, we would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page, or reach out to us to discuss coaching, consulting or training support around remote work. You may also want to get in touch with one of the many assessments we mention in our podcast today, including the Everything DISC Agile EQ.Check Out More Remote Pathways Programming and supportsConsulting support as you go virtualFacilitate a lunch and learn (virtual), co-working session or Team Day
In this episode of Remote Pathways podcast we welcome back, Jennifer Grote, to discuss Remote Working Mindset and the importance of Workplace Wellness. As a Strengths Champion Certified Coach® and Board Certified Integrative Health Coach, Jennifer offers customized presentations & workshops to meet the needs of teams or groups. Jennifer's goal is to inspire, empower, and uplift teams so they can take the business to the next level. In this episode we explore:The importance of workplace wellnessHow Clifton Strengths play a role in your overall well-beingUnderstanding and navigating stressThe impact and benefits of Emotional Intelligence Great tips for integrating wellness into the remote spaceThe 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.Connect with Jennifer:Click here to visit our guest page to learn more about our guest, Jennifer Grote!Episode Download:5 Keys to Well Being and Wholistic SuccessEpisode Question:What's your vision for wellness in the workplace?Community Call:Join us as we continue the conversation with our guest and engage in a coaching activity to explore your wellness vision. Click here for LIVE call or recording details. Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us atFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysJoin the ConversationOur favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section. If you are a new listener to the Remote Pathways podcast, we would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page, or reach out to us to discuss coaching, consulting or training support around remote work.Need a Presenter?Contact Jennifer to speak virtually on topics related to effective virtual conversations, virtual team development, virtual team leadership, growing a solopreneur business OR her own experience in leading remote teams globally in the voluntary sector. Contact Michelle Mullins to focus on what's GOOD and RIGHT in you and your decision to work remotely. You can move from overwhelm to overjoyed and learn to THRIVE in the remote working lifestyle.
In this episode of Remote Pathways podcast we welcome Sharon Koifman, Distant Job President, to discuss Remote Management. Sharon Koifman is obsessed with remote management. Over nearly two decades of experience running three companies - and doing so 100% from his computer - Sharon has studied and researched not only how to operate remote businesses but how to create an amazing work culture, one where people love to come to work.In this episode we explore:Sharon's experience in managing remote teamsWhy you need a solid 3 months to adjust to your remote experienceImportance of paying attention to your team on an emotional levelConsistency is paramount in remote managementSoft skills are just as important in the remote spaceHow you get people connected with each other and the companyThe 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.Connect with Sharon:Click here to visit our guest page to learn more about our guest, Sharon Koifman!Episode Question:How are you connecting with your remote team at a personal level?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us atFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysJoin the ConversationOur favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section.  If you are a new listener to the Remote Pathways podcast, we would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page, or reach out to us to discuss coaching, consulting or training support around remote work. Need a Presenter?Contact Jennifer to speak virtually on topics related to effective virtual conversations, virtual team development, virtual team leadership, growing a solopreneur business OR her own experience in leading remote teams globally in the voluntary sector. Contact Michelle Mullins to focus on what's GOOD and RIGHT in you and your decision to work remotely. You can move from overwhelm to overjoyed and learn to THRIVE in the remote working lifestyle.
In this episode of Remote Pathways podcast we welcome Kristin Winkle Beck. Kristin is the founder of Pivot Point Professionals and the Executive Director of Social Venture Partners Charlotte. She is an enthusiastic coach, optimistic problem solver, and servant leader. She spent more than 20 years managing teams, business units, and strategic vendor relationships with Fortune 100 companies prior to her career pivot into coaching. In this episode we explore:The dream job Kristin never knew existedPivoting to virtual eventsWorking effectively with external companies around the worldBenefits discovered about working remotelyCoordinating volunteers virtuallyWorking from home vs. living at workThe 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.Connect with Kristin:Click here to visit our guest page to learn more about our guest, Kristin Winkle Beck!Episode Download:Tips to Pivot to Virtual Events Episode Question:Are you working from home or are you living at work?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us atFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysJoin the ConversationOur favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section.  If you are a new listener to the Remote Pathways podcast, we would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page, or reach out to us to discuss coaching, consulting or training support around remote work. Need a Presenter?Contact Jennifer to speak virtually on topics related to effective virtual conversations, virtual team development, virtual team leadership, growing a solopreneur business OR her own experience in leading remote teams globally in the voluntary sector. Contact Michelle Mullins to explore programming for Women Working RemotelyTags: Remote Work, Non-Profit, Voluntary Sector, Remote Leadership, Virtual Teams, Mobile Work, Remote Collaboration, Virtual Collaboration
In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we explore co-working in the remote space. With social distancing becoming the new norm for many, co-working is likely to take on new forms. Join Michelle and Jennifer for this very practical conversation.In this episode we explore:What co-working isBenefits of co-workingWhat's important about incorporating co-working into your every day routineWhat co-working can look like (virtual retreats, accountability sessions, Get It Done afternoonsEpisode Download:Remote Co-Working Strategy SheetQuestion of the Week:What does co-working look like for you in the virtual and remote space?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathways***Join the Conversation***Our favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section. Connect with us at our Facebook Group – and let us know what you do to get up to speed quicklyIn this episode, we mentioned the episode about Remote CollaborationIf you are a new listener to the Remote Pathways podcast, we would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page, or reach out to us to discuss coaching, consulting or training support around remote work. You may also want to get in touch with one of the many assessments we mention in our podcast today, including the Everything DISC Agile EQ.Check Out More Remote Pathways Programming and supportsConsulting support as you go virtualFacilitate a lunch and learn (virtual), co-working session or Team Day
It's fall and back to work. In this episode we dip into PlanDoTrack productivity tips for the remote space.The episode focuses on taking you back to workplace productivity, with a remote spin. For many professionals, their remote working experience is going to shift into the next year. With this in mind, let's take a look at Remote Work.​​In this episode we explore:PLANBe bold around your planning approach - what does bold mean for you?Contingency PlanValues. Purpose. Vision.DODaily StepsRoutinesMilestones and MotivationTRACKMicro-pausesMetricsCelebrationLearning and IterationThe 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.If you are a new listener to the Remote Pathways podcast, we would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page, or reach out to us to discuss coaching, consulting or training support around remote work. You may also want to get in touch with one of the many assessments we mention in our podcast today, including the Everything DISC Agile EQ.Episode Download:Back to Remote Work ChecklistQuestion of the Week:What does bold planning mean to you?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysWhat are the myths you are holding around remote work? Which myths have been eliminated? What paradigms are shifting for you?***Join the Conversation***Our favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section.  Connect with us at our Facebook Group – and let us know what you do to get up to speed quicklyExplore these ResourcesIn this episode, we mentioned the following resources:Pick up a copy of the analog (paper based) PlanDoTrack workbook and planner for virtual and remote professionals at AmazonCheck out the Remote Working Tips at PlanDoTrack.comCheck Out More Remote Pathways Programming and supportsConsulting support as you go virtualReach out to us to facilitate a lunch and learn (virtual), co-working session or Team Day
This episode focuses on several of the remote working myths that podcast co-host Jennifer Britton has shared in her April 2020 Effective Virtual Conversations call - Myths around Virtual and Remote Work and Teams In this episode we explore:Remote Working MythsThis includes myths around...Remote WorkRemote TeamworkYou can listen into her April 2020 Effective Virtual Conversations call at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GaynPGVEpg 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.If you are a new listener to the Remote Pathways podcast, we would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page, or reach out to us to discuss coaching, consulting or training support around remote work. You may also want to get in touch with one of the many assessments we mention in our podcast today, including the Everything DISC Agile EQ.Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysWhat are the myths you are holding around remote work? Which myths have been eliminated? What paradigms are shifting for you?***Join the Conversation***Our favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section.  Connect with us at our Facebook Group – and let us know what you do to get up to speed quicklyExplore these ResourcesIn this episode, we mentioned the following resources:Pick up a copy of the analog (paper based) PlanDoTrack workbook and planner for virtual and remote professionals at AmazonPick up a copy of Effective Virtual Conversations at Amazon Check out Jennifer’s April 2020 Effective Virtual Conversations call at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GaynPGVEpgCheck out the Remote Working Tips at PlanDoTrack.comCheck Out More Remote Pathways Programming and supportsJoin us at the Remote Pathways Lab Consulting support as you go to virtualizeReach out to us to facilitate a lunch and learn (virtual), co-working session or Team Day
​In this episode of Remote Pathways we welcome Cindy Hooker. Cindy is a Small Business Human Resources and Leadership Advisor, Facilitator, U.S. Navy Veteran and dog lover. We explore the benefits and challenges of project management in the remote space and tools, tips, and resources that can help in your endeavors.​In this episode, we explore:Cindy's remote working storyHer transition from Human Resources to Remotepreneur as consultant and coachThe importance of organizing and setting boundaries The gift of seeing the human side of business as we blend work and home lifeCreating connection and an environment that honors different styles 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.Connect with Cindy on our Guest PageGuest Cindy HookerThis week's download from PlanDoTrack Workbook and PlannerMonthly One Page PlanThis week's questionWhat boundaries do you need to establish in your work?Join the conversation on our next community callThursday, August 6th @ 7:00am ET on Zoom (check Remote Pathways Facebook page for details) where you can connect directly with Jennifer and Michelle!Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysWebsiteCheck out the Resource Hub and contact Jennifer and Michelle!RemotePathways.comLet's Talk Project Management!Thanks for joining us. Please share this with others who can benefit from learning more leadership in the remote space. Let us know if we can support you!Explore these resources:Pick up a copy of the analog (paper based) PlanDoTrack workbook and planner for virtual and remote professionals at AmazonPick up a copy of Effective Virtual Conversations at Amazon and look at Chapter 11 and the Focus on Virtual Team Leadership CapabilitiesCheck out the Remote Working Tips at PlanDoTrack.comMORE Remote Pathways Programming and supportsConsulting support as you go to virtualizeReach out to us to facilitate a lunch and learn (virtual), co-working session or Team DayParticipate in the Living the Remote Dream webinarNeed a Presenter?Contact Jennifer to speak virtually on topics related to effective virtual conversations, virtual team development, virtual team leadership, growing a solopreneur business OR her own experience in leading remote teams globally in the voluntary sector.Contact Michelle to explore 1-1 leadership development opportunities and/or bringing interactive and immersive Strengths-Based seminars and training events to your group/team.Jennifer also mentioned the Everything DiSC® Agile EQ™ is a classroom training and personalized learning experience that teaches participants to read the emotional and interpersonal needs of a situation and respond accordingly. By combining the personalized insights of DiSC® with active emotional intelligence development, participants discover an agile approach to workplace interactions and learn to navigate outside their comfort zone, empowering them to meet the demands of any situation. The result is an emotionally intelligent workforce that can support your thriving agile culture. This is offered through Potentials 
In this episode of Remote Pathways we explore the importance of developing leadership skills in all remote workers, not just the formal leaders. The episode focuses on 11 core remote leadership skills Jennifer shares as virtual team leadership capabilities in Chapter 10 of Effective Virtual Conversations. In this episode, we explore:Eleven core skills for remote or virtual leadershipHow you might consider building these skills as an organization in all your people- - from leveraging coaching skills training for all, to mentoring, to hosting lunch and learns, and virtual training.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.This week's downloadSelf-Assessment - Every Remote Professional Needs Leadership SkillsThis week's questionWhat are the leadership skills you want to focus on developing? What might they look like?Join the conversation on our next community callThursday, July 23rd @ 7:30am ET on Zoom (check Remote Pathways Facebook page for details) where you can connect directly with Jennifer and Michelle!Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysWebsiteCheck out the Resource Hub and contact Jennifer and Michelle!RemotePathways.comLet's Talk Remote Leadership!Thanks for joining us. Please share this with others who can benefit from learning more leadership in the remote space. Let us know if we can support you!Explore these resources:Pick up a copy of the analog (paper based) PlanDoTrack workbook and planner for virtual and remote professionals at Amazon - complete a more detailed remote skills self-assessment in Chapter 1Pick up a copy of Effective Virtual Conversations at Amazon and look at Chapter 11 and the Focus on Virtual Team Leadership CapabilitiesCheck out the Remote Working Tips at PlanDoTrack.comMORE Remote Pathways Programming and supportsConsulting support as you go to virtualizeReach out to us to facilitate a lunch and learn (virtual), co-working session or Team DayNeed a Presenter?Contact Jennifer to speak virtually on topics related to effective virtual conversations, virtual team development, virtual team leadership, growing a solopreneur business OR her own experience in leading remote teams globally in the voluntary sector.Contact Michelle to explore 1-1 leadership development opportunities and/or bringing  interactive and immersive Strengths-Based seminars and training events to your group/team.Jennifer also mentioned the Everything DiSC® Agile EQ™ is a classroom training and personalized learning experience that teaches participants to read the emotional and interpersonal needs of a situation and respond accordingly. By combining the personalized insights of DiSC® with active emotional intelligence development, participants discover an agile approach to workplace interactions and learn to navigate outside their comfort zone, empowering them to meet the demands of any situation. The result is an emotionally intelligent workforce that can support your thriving agile culture. This is offered through Potentials Realized, an Everything DiSC Partner.
In this episode of Remote Pathways we are interviewing Kim Avery! Kim Avery is the Vice President of Marketing at the Professional Christian Coaching Institute and the founder and president of Kim Avery Coaching, a global coaching firm that specializes in equipping coaches and entrepreneurs to build successful businesses as they partner with God to change the world.Kim lives in beautiful Winter Haven, Florida with her husband Ron, and their Australian Labradoodle, Samwise Gamgee. She is also the proud mother of Jonathan, her recently deceased daughter Bethany, and "Nina" to four incredible grandchildren, Peyton, Paisley, Ethan, and Alexandar.Listen to this fun and inspiring conversation as Kim shares her story about working remote, the importance of community, tips for programming in the virtual space and MORE!In this episode, we discuss:Kim's remote working storyThe importance of communityGreat ways to nurture authentic remote relationshipsKim's wonderful Marketing Momentum program How social media helped Kim write her fabulous book, The Prayer Powered EntrepreneurThis week's download from Kim Avery5 Simple Emails That Get You ClientsGuest ResourcesCheck out our NEW Guest page to learn more about Kim AveryThis week's questionWhat gives you Momentum in the Remote Space?Join the conversation on our next community callThursday, July 9th @ 7am ET on Zoom (check Remote Pathways Facebook page for details) where you can connect directly with Kim!Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysWebsiteCheck out the Resource Hub for Remote Professionals!RemotePathways.comThanks for joining us. Please share this with others who work remote and are interested in Marketing Momentum and The Prayer Powered Entrepreneur!
In this week’s episode, we explore the topic of team effectiveness. What helps teams thrive in the remote and virtual space? As Jennifer shares we need to go back to the some of the basics of what the research of Team Effectiveness has found. You're going to enjoy our conversation as we consider the six core areas of team effectiveness and what's possible for high performing teams?In this episode, we discuss:What helps teams excel6 core areas of high performing teamsPersonal story of an exceptional teamTeam Effectiveness - The heart of  remote work and the engine of the organizationThis week's download Team EffectivenessResources mentioned in episodeEffective Virtual Conversations by Jennifer J. Britton (Chapter 11)Wisdom of Teams by Katzenbach and SmithWritings of Hackman and WagemanThis week's questionWhat does team effectiveness mean to you?Join the conversation on our next community callThursday, June 18th @ 7:30am ET on Zoom (check Remote Pathways Facebook page for details) where you can connect directly with Jennifer and Michelle!Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysWebsiteCheck out the NEW Resource Hub!RemotePathways.comLet's Talk Teams!Thanks for joining us. Please share this with others who can benefit from learning more about team effectiveness. Let us know if we can support your teams thrive!
Jennifer Britton and Michelle MullinsIn this episode of Remote Pathways we are interviewing Teresa McCloy! Teresa McCloy is the creator of the REALIFE Process®, ACC Executive Coach, Accredited Enneagram Professional, Podcaster, and Keynote Speaker. Through training, coaching, and consulting she serves her clients to move from living with their hair on fire to discovering clarity about the life they want to live each day and the business they want to lead. Partnering together her own signature REALIFE Process® and tools such as the Enneagram Typology Profile, Teresa guides clients to a fresh way of intentional living!You're going to enjoy our conversation as Teresa shares her story about working remote, the benefits of knowing your Enneagram type and finding your remote rhythm!In this episode, we discuss:Teresa's remote working storyThe importance of finding your remote rhythmLearn more about Teresa's REALIFE Process®Understanding how the Enneagram can benefit you and your teamThis week's download from Teresa McCloyEnneagram in your REALIFE Typing GuideGuest ResourcesCheck out our NEW Guest page to learn more about Teresa McCloyThis week's questionWhat's your Enneagram type?Join the conversation on our next community callThursday, June 4th @ 7am ET on Zoom (check Remote Pathways Facebook page for details) where you can connect directly with Teresa!Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysWebsiteCheck out the NEW Resource Hub!RemotePathways.comThanks for joining us. Please share this with others who work remote and are interested in The Enneagram and finding your remote rhythm!
In this episode of Remote Pathways we explore the foundational elements of trust and connection in the remote work space.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:Encourage an environment where people are able to raise issues of concern in a way that they feel safe, heard and recognizedWalk the talkProvide an opportunity for people to get to know each otherFollow throughThis week's downloadTrust Self AssessmentYou will also want to check out our weekly Remote Pathways blog posts.Each week has a different focus, including Collaboration, Strengths and many of the other topics we touch on.This week's questionWhat are you doing to build trust in your remote world? What is hindering trust?Join the conversation on our next community callThursday, May 21st @ 7:30am ET on Zoom (check Remote Pathways Facebook page for details)Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysWebsiteCheck out the NEW Resource Hub!RemotePathways.comNeed a Presenter?Contact Jennifer to speak virtually on topics related to effective virtualconversations, virtual team development, virtual team leadership, growing asolopreneur business OR her own experience in leading remote teams globally inthe voluntary sector.Looking for ways to practice EQ in the Remote SpaceContact Michelle to explore Finding Calm & Clarity in the Midst of Chaos virtual workshop for your group/team.
In this episode of Remote Pathways we welcome Gayle Oudeh, the Executive Director of The Centre for Conflict Resolution International Inc. She's also the co-author of the book, Conflict is for the Birds! Understanding Your Conflict Management Style.Conflict is inevitable in the remote space, and each one of us will bring a different approach to conflict. In this episode, we discuss:Conflict is a natural part of teamwork, and remote workEveryone has a different conflict styleGayle shares five different conflict styles people may have - which one are you?What conflict can look like in the remote spaceStrategies for working with different conflict stylesThis week's download Navigating ConflictGuest ResourcesCheck out our NEW Guest page to learn more about Gayle OudehYou will also want to check out our weekly Remote Pathways blog posts.Each week has a different focus, including Collaboration, Strengths and many of the other topics we touch on.This week's questionWhat type of bird do you connect with your conflict management style?Join the conversation on our next community callThursday, May 7th @ 7am ET on Zoom (check Remote Pathways Facebook page for details)Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysWebsiteCheck out the NEW Resource Hub!RemotePathways.comNeed a Presenter?Contact Jennifer to speak virtually on topics related to effective virtualconversations, virtual team development, virtual team leadership, growing asolopreneur business OR her own experience in leading remote teams globally inthe voluntary sector. Looking for ways to practice EQ in the Remote SpaceContact Michelle to explore Finding Calm & Clarity in the Midst of Chaos virtual workshop for your group/team.
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:Focus on the end resultBe clear and conciseMake things explicit and clarify expectationsSet yourself up for remote work successFind a routine that works for youStay connectedThis week's downloadGetting Up to Speed QuicklyThis week's questionWhat helped you transition into remote work quickly?NEW! Remote Resource HubAdditional resourcesThis week Jennifer shares definitions from her 2019 PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner for Virtual and Remote Professionals.Check out Remote Working Tips at PlanDoTrack.comReach out to us to facilitate a lunch and learn (virtual), co-working session or Team DayJoin the conversation on the Remote Pathways facebook page (see below)Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysThanks for joining us. Please share this with others who work remote and are interested in all things remove, virtual, and mobile!
Jennifer Britton and Michelle MullinsIn 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:Susan's remote working storyMentoring in the remote spaceSuccess Stories Start your own mentoring programThis week's download from Susan CombsMentoring in the Remote SpaceGuest ResourcesCheck out our NEW Guest page to learn more about Susan CombsAdditional remote connections mentioned by our podcast guestMentorRoadmap.com for more on Susan (and Jennifer's) mentor training and mentoring resources for organizations.This week's questionHow have mentors helped you in the remote space?Join the conversation on our next community callThursday, April 2nd @ 7am ET on Zoom (check Remote Pathways Facebook page for details)Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysWebsiteCheck out the NEW Resource Hub!RemotePathways.comThanks for joining us. Please share this with others who work remote and are interested in Mentoring Programs!
In this episode of Remote Pathways we explore the differences between working REMOTE, working virtually and mobile work.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.If you are a new listener to the Remote Pathways podcast, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our Contact Page and let us know how we can help you today!In this episode, we discuss:What is the difference between remote, virtual and mobile workDefinitions for remote, virtual and remote workHow the language of remote work has been changing, as well as the context (and size of our connection devices)How today's business context characterized by complexity requiring the need of greater collaboration across traditional silos and different disciplinesThis week's downloadRemote WhitepaperThis week's questionWhat silos do you cross every day in your work?Additional resourcesThis week Jennifer shares definitions from her 2019 PlanDoTrack Workbook and Planner for Virtual and Remote Professionals.Join the conversation on the Remote Pathways facebook page (see below)Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysThanks for joining us. Please share this with others who work remote and are interested in all things remove, virtual, and mobile!
In this episode of Remote Pathways we are interviewing Jennifer Grote! Jennifer G. is a Strengths Champion Certified Coach® for individuals, managers, and teams who want to leverage their innate talents to shine brighter and achieve more together.She is also a Nationally Board Certified Integrative Health Coach, Yoga Teacher, and Mindfulness practitioner. With this foundation she is able to bring a unique perspective to employee engagement and work life balance. Jennifer helps individuals and teams to thrive utilizing strengths, stress management, and work-life balance strategies.You're going to enjoy our conversation as Jennifer G. shares her story about working remote, a little about Strengths, and what she likes to call 'Mojo'!In this episode, we discuss:Jennifer G.'s remote working storyTips to overcome feelings of lonelinessHow community can make a big difference Benefits of the Strengths approach to workRemote working culture for individuals and teams Fun ways to find your 'Mojo' and why it mattersThis week's download from Jennifer GroteMojo Habits for Remote WorkersGuest ResourcesCheck out our NEW Guest page to learn more about Jennifer GroteAdditional remote connections mentioned by our podcast guestProfessional Christian Coaching Institute, Professional Christian Coaching Today, Marketing Momentum, Coach Kim Avery, Coach Cheryl Scanlan, and Coach Brent O'Bannon.This week's questionWhat helps you find your Motivation in the remote space?Join the conversation on our next community callThursday, March 5th @ 7am ET on Zoom (check facebook for details)Follow usFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysThanks for joining us. Please share this with others who work remote and are interested in Strengths and Motivation!
In this episode of Remote Pathways we are taking a closer look at the Pathways 11 - Victor the Volunteer and 11 - Sam Selling Start-up. We also explore collaboration in the remote space.We love hearing from our listeners! Please visit RemotePathways and let us know how we can help you today.In this episode, we discuss:● The last two pathways related to the Digital Dozen - Victor the Voluntary Sector Remote Worker and Sam who is selling her start-up● Collaboration in the virtual space● Building community and relationships with purpose● Systems - Systems every remote worker should have● Resources to support you around collaboration and questions to ask as you start developing a collaborative partnershipThis week's downloadCollaboration QuestionsLet's talk systems! Join the conversation in our Remote Pathways Podcast CommunityMighty NetworksThis week's questionsWhat is the MOST important thing you have done as you got started as a remote professional (entrepreneur, leader or team member)?Additional ResourcesTeams 365 Blog9 Habits of Mojo Success for Remote Workers
In this episode of Remote Pathways we are taking a closer look at the Pathways 9 - Malcom the Mentor and 10 - Alex Work From Anywhere. We also explore systems we use in the remote space. We love hearing from our listeners! Please visit RemotePathways and let us know how we can help you today.In this episode, we discuss:● Why mentoring is important in the virtual space (those who flourish usually have seen great remote work in practice)● Reverse mentoring● WFA - What this term means● Systems - Systems every remote worker should have● How habits can help you as a remote professional (more on this topic in a later episode!)● Building community and relationships with purpose● Resources to support you around systemsThis week's downloadSystems ChecklistLet's talk systems! Join the conversation in our Remote Pathways Podcast CommunityMighty NetworksThis week's questionsWhat is the MOST important system that helps you FLOURISH as a remote professional?
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