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In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we are joined by our fantabulous  guest, Patti Dobrowolski, the author of 9 Tips to Up Your Creative Genius  and DRAWING SOLUTIONS: How Visual Goal Setting Will Change Your Life,  is the founder of Up Your Creative Genius, a consulting firm that uses visuals and creative processes to help companies and individuals around the world accelerate growth and change.In this episode we explore:The power of future castingThe neuroscience of drawing to remain focused on key goalsHow designing visuals can help bring teams togetherFun and innovative ways to engage people in the workplace and beyondClick to order The Game of InnovationNEW BOOK - The Game of InnovationConnect with Patti Dobrowolski:Click here to visit our guest page to learn more about our guest, Patti Dobrowolski!Question of the Week:What's the future you want to draw?Support the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Follow our PodcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
Join Jennifer & Michelle as they continue down the hybrid highway considering  project management principles and practices that will keep you moving forward. Taking a deep dive into chapter 20 of Reconnecting Workspaces and equipping you  with multiple ideas conversation sparkers for you and your team.In this episode we explore:Key project management principlesWhat's different in the hybrid spaceCore Agile Processes and PracticesQuestion of the Week:What helps you and your hybrid team keep moving forward?Take the Quiz:bityly.com/hybridworkquizResources:ReconnectingWorkspaces BookTeams365 BlogFollow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysSupport the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Community Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
Join Jennifer & Michelle as they consider what productivity looks like in the Hybrid world. From conversations to resources to considering what's going to help you do your best work in this ever-changing work environment. In this episode we explore:5 tips for hybrid productivityWhat's differentCommunication, Priorities and ClarityQuestion of the Week:What's your most valuable tip for hybrid productivity?Take the Quiz:bityly.com/hybridworkquizResource:PlanDoTrack Workbook and PlannerFollow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysSupport the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Community Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
In this episode Jennifer and Michelle talk teams and specifically hybrid teams. What teams need to get ramped up and soaring in the workspace today and some valuable tips and activities you can be using to get teams reconnected.In this episode we explore:Core needs for hybrid teamsTwo ways to connect hybrid teamsWhere to go for more resources and informationResults and Relationship PathwaysQuestion of the Week:What tips and activities inspired you?Take the Quiz:bityly.com/hybridworkquizFollow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysSupport the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Community Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
Join Jennifer & Michelle as they explore the five styles of the Hybrid Work Style Quiz™.  Are you a builder, visionary, innovative experimentor, culture wizard or connector? Our preferred ways of working often get magnified in the hybrid work space, hence the creation of this quiz. This episode takes a deep dive into understanding the different styles, their unique support needs, and what they contribute to the team.In this episode we explore:What’s significant about hybrid work styles™A reminder of the five typesOne core tip per styleQuestion of the Week:What is your Hybrid Work Style?Take the Quiz:bityly.com/hybridworkquizFollow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysSupport the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Community Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
​In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we are joined by our wonderful returning guest, Kim Avery, the founder and president of Kim Avery Coaching. With everything going on in the world, those of us in the people-helping professions are experiencing fatigue at some level. Our compassion has been overflowing almost to the point of running out. Community can play a beautiful role in helping us sustain these times and keep that compassion flowing.  In this episode we explore:The ordinary meaning of compassion fatigueWhy this topic is important NOWHow community can be a part of the solutionThe Soul Flourishing Community opportunityHow this community benefits Remote and Hybrid workersMore information about the Soul Flourishing Communitywww.SoulFlourishing.comConnect with Kim Avery:Click here to visit our guest page to learn more about our guest, Kim Avery!Download 50+ Simple Ways to Enjoy God All DayPractice the Presence of GodQuestion of the Week:What role does community play in your life and business? Support the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Follow our PodcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
Join Jennifer & Michelle as they explore the topic of burnout. Statistics are revealing that burnout and potential burnout is on the rise. It's important to recognize the signals, explore potential self-care strategies, and reach out when we are struggling.In this episode we explore:What is burnoutWhat we can do to mitigate against itFinding release valves and routines to support more balanceOur personal experiences with burnoutQuestion of the Week:What helps you combat burnout?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysSupport the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Follow our PodcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
Remote work is here to stay so how do we thrive long-term? Join Jennifer & Michelle as they explore this question and more. It's a hot topic and we're glad to hear that individuals and teams are making the investments needed to remain working in the hybrid, virtual, and remote environments.In this episode we explore:The benefits of establishing rhythms and routinesThe importance of boundaries around your timeThe appreciation that leaders are increasingly supporting and investing in their teamsWhat role vision and motivation play in the long-termExpanding on those little moments that matter and bring you joyQuestion of the Week:What rhythms and routines do you have established?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysSupport the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Follow our PodcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
​In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we are joined by our wonderful guest, Winston Faircloth, the founder of For Love of Team™.  Winston guides successful business owners to develop teams they LOVE to work with every day multiplying their impact, income, margin, and freedom in their business. Join Jennifer, Michelle and Winston for a great conversation around data storytelling and the important role it plays in the strategic planning process.In this episode we explore:Using data storytelling to unite leadership teamsHow to level the playing field of information with your teamThe importance of a compelling why and a clear vision of what success looks likeDiscover ways to spend more time in your gifting and flow of what you do bestBe inspired by stories of success after going through this processLearn about a great opportunity to go through this four step framework with peersConnect with Winston Faircloth:Click here to visit our guest page to learn more about our guest, Winston Faircloth!​Question of the Week:How are you leveraging the data in your business?Support the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Follow our PodcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
​In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we explore what's possible in 2022 and the importance of intention setting for the year. In this episode we explore:What's possible in 2022?Working remote is here to stayLanguishing vs. flourishingKeep moving forward and seeing the opportunityNEW Reconnecting Workspaces diceQuestion of the Week:What's Possible for You in 2022?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysSupport the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Follow our PodcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
​In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we take a  quick trip down memory lane and remember our FABULOUS podcast GUESTS from season two!In this episode we explore:Overview of our FABULOUS podcast guestsWorking from anywhereAsynchronous and audio first conversationsHybrid CommunityConnect with our wonderful guests:Podcast Guest PageQuestion of the Week:Who is your favorite guest from season two?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysSupport the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Follow our PodcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we take a trip down memory lane and review the episodes of the second season.  Join Michelle and Jennifer for this high level overview of our Remote Adventure!In this episode we explore:Some of our favorite moments in Season #2The fabulous topics, downloads, and more that we explored in Season #2The resources released in 2021 to support your groups and teamsTake the Hybrid Quizbitly.com/hybridworkquizQuestion of the Week:What is your favorite episode in Season #2Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysSupport the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Follow our PodcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
What is your work style preference in the hybrid world? Join Jennifer and Michelle as they explore five of the hybrid work styles from Jennifer Britton's latest Reconnecting Workspaces Quiz. Understanding our hybrid work styles is essential for exceptional teamwork in the hybrid space. In this episode we explore how our styles influences:How we like to work Role preference Understanding what enables and derails our work What we might find a stressor Take this FREE 3-minute Quiz to Find Out Your Hybrid Work Stylehttps://quiz.reconnectingworkspaces.com/sf/56913b8aQuestion of the Week:What's your Hybrid Work Style?Support the Podcast–Please Leave us a ReviewAre you finding this podcast valuable? The greatest compliment you can pay us is to share it  and leave a review on iTunes. Click here and scroll down to Customer Reviews to let others know what you've found to be helpful as you're listening in!Follow our Podcast https://www.RemotePathways.com/podcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!Contact Jennifer Britton 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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
Join Jennifer and Michelle as they explore the topic of boosting the group coaching conversation in the virtual and remote space.  Jennifer Britton's first book, Effective Group Coaching, was the world's first book published on the topic of group coaching more than a decade ago (Wiley, 2009).  In this episode They will consider 4 core areas which characterize group coaching including creating a space for reflection, action, awareness and insight.In this episode we explore:What coaching is, and is not. How a coaching approach can be incorporated by organizations, teams, leaders and individuals.Ensuring that there is time for people to pause and do some stocktaking.The importance of putting things into action.Coaching around what people are gleaning from the coaching process.What new awareness is being created through the conversation.Question of the Week:What are you doing to create more opportunities and awareness and insight?Follow our Podcast https://www.RemotePathways.com/podcastFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.Download and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout and say YES to the work you love!
Join Jennifer and Michelle as they talk about what it means to onboard and reboard in the virtual, hybrid and remote world. They also explore Jenn's latest book, The 90-Day Guide for Success, and how it will help you make this transition. Whether you are returning to the office, going hybrid, or staying remote we can all benefit from a daily focus around key issues. Issues like building trust, resilience and change, getting organized, navigating key relationships, and more. The book provides you with one 15-minute focus a day, providing clarity around what's possible. It is delivered in daily bite-sized pieces to support you with the daily steps and consistent action which will create the momentum you need.  In this episode we explore:Key skills and focus areas needed during onboarding and reboardingThe value of a daily focus over a 90-day period and key weekly themes during the onboarding or reboarding processThe importance of connection and belongingWhat to expect in the 90-Day Guide For SuccessThe impact of spending 30-minutes together in the virtual spaceDuring Q4 Jennifer is hosting a daily breakfast call on weekdays 7:30-8:00am ET:https://zoom.us/j/2703020415Grab your copy of the 90-Day Guide:90-Day Guide for Success: Pathways to Thrive in the Virtual, Remote, and Hybrid World: Britton, Jennifer J.: 9780993791574: Amazon.com: BooksEpisode Question:What's important as you onboard or re-board?Community Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Email info@potentialsrealized.com for zoom room details.Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us atFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathways Let’s Connect!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 discover a healthy, sustainable rhythm of life, that will help you avoid burnout, and say YES to a life you LOVE. 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. We would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page.
Join Jennifer and Michelle as they welcome Liam Martin, the Co-Founder & CMO of Time Doctor and Staff.com — one of the most popular time tracking and productivity software platforms in use by top brands today. He is also a co-organizer of the Running Remote Conference.In this episode we explore:Remote CultureBuilding and Scaling Remote TeamsForce-quitting Your DayAsynchronous ManagementRunning Remote ConferenceConnect with Liam Martin:Click here to visit our guest page to learn more about our guest, Liam Martin!​Episode Question:What are your thoughts around asynchronous management?Community Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Email info@potentialsrealized.com for zoom room details.Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us atFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathways Let’s Connect!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 have a great conversation around your remote work and explore how you can find a HEALTHY RHYTHM in the remote working lifestyle.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. We would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page.
In this episode we continue traveling down the Hybrid Highway and consider ways to make your hybrid work meetings more effective. We also talk about 3 practical tips for your next meeting.In this episode we explore:What mobility and accessibility means in today's worldWhat everyone is seeing and experiencing  in hybrid meetingsMemorable conversations and meetings that get resultsIntentionality and focus on visionQuestion of the Week:What can you do to make your hybrid meetings more effective?Follow our Podcast https://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.NOTE: The next Community Call is scheduled for October 7thDownload and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!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 have a great conversation about your current remote working experience. It's time to INVEST in yourself and take ownership of this amazing opportunity!
Motivation is a central driver for clients in the coaching process. As we bring together people in groups, it becomes quickly apparent that everyone is wired in a different way, motivated by different things.  In this episode we explore:How community is at the heart of any group coaching process.Ongoing learning is critical for success within the remote workspace.What you can do to foster autonomy in your groups.What happened to compensation and perks since moving to remote work.How status fits into working remotely.Question of the Week:What element of the CLAIMS model motivates you?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.NOTE: The next Community Call is scheduled for September 9thDownload and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!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 have a great conversation about your current remote working experience. It's time to INVEST in yourself and take ownership of this amazing opportunity!
In this episode of the Remote Pathways podcast we share 10 valuable systems to support your hybrid, virtual & remote teams.  Join us as we discuss these important systems for your TEAM toolbox.In this episode we explore:Systems that support your virtual, hybrid or remote teamsHow Jennifer and Michelle use these systems and the benefits they bringQuestions to help you consider the systems you need in place to support your teamsQuestion of the Week:What systems need to change in your organization?Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us at Facebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathwaysCommunity Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Zoom details can be found on the Remote Pathways Resource Page.NOTE: The next Community Call is scheduled for September 9thDownload and Subscribe to receive even more REMOTE TIPS!THE 4 CORE ESSENTIALS FOR REMOTE SUCCESSLet’s Connect!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 have a great conversation about your current remote working experience. It's time to INVEST in yourself and take ownership of this amazing opportunity!
In this episode of Remote Pathways, Jennifer and Michelle are joined by guest, Clint Byars. Clint is the founding and lead pastor of Forward Church in Sharpsburg GA and the creator of Tools for Transformation. Clint shares his valuable lessons learned from facilitating community and nurturing connections with people around the world. He also shares some helpful tools for mind renewal.In this episode we explore:Clint's remote working experience and lessons learned along the wayFacilitating community and nurturing connections around the worldThe power of authenticity and a genuine desire to connectThe importance of maintaining a personal connection with your online communityLeading with vision and values and sharing that with othersThe benefits of brainwave entrainment technology Clint's Tools for Transformation and much moreConnect with Clint Byars:Click here to visit our guest page to learn more about our guest, Clint Byars!​Episode Question:What does facilitating community look like for your organization?Community Call:Join us as we continue the conversation on our monthly community call held on the 1st Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:00am ET. Email info@potentialsrealized.com for zoom room details.NOTE: There is no August Community Call as Jennifer will be delivering her TEDx Talk - Hooray Jennifer! NEW Monthly Planning Sessions:The monthly planning sessions are 45-min facilitated real-time planning sessions held on the 3rd Thursday of the month via zoom at 7:30am ET. Click here to register. Follow our Podcasthttps://www.RemotePathways.com/podcast Follow us atFacebook.com/RemotePathwaysInstagram.com/RemotePathwaysTwitter/RemotePathways Let’s Connect!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 have a great conversation around your remote work and explore how you can find a HEALTHY RHYTHM in the remote working lifestyle.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. We would love to hear from you.  Please visit our Remote Pathways Podcast page.
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