Wayne Turmel explores the challenging world of remote and hybrid work leadership, focusing on imposter syndrome and its impact on leaders. Joined by guest Rico Nasol, a seasoned consultant and coach, the discussion delves into how imposter syndrome manifests, particularly in remote work settings, and strategies for overcoming it. Nasol shares his personal experiences and
Wayne Turmel joins Madeline Purches from The Escape Game to discuss the world of remote team building. Discover how the principles of escape rooms can transform the dynamics of remote teams. Madeline shares insights on adapting escape room tactics for virtual environments, tackling cultural and technological challenges, and creating engaging, inclusive activities for global teams.
Join Wayne Turmel in a fascinating conversation with Chris Stroud, an e-commerce growth consultant who juggles traveling the world with his seven kids while maintaining a successful remote work lifestyle. Discover Chris’s unique strategies for effective communication without video calls, his approach to managing time and tasks, and how he integrates work with his adventurous
Terry Isner, owner and CEO of Jaffe, a remote marketing and PR agency for law firms, discusses the evolution of remote work and the challenges and benefits it brings. He shares how Jaffe transitioned to remote work 35 years ago and how technology has played a crucial role in their success. Isner emphasizes the importance
Heather Hansen, founder of the Global Speech Academy, discusses the issue of accent bias in the workplace and the importance of effective communication in a globalized world. She challenges the notion of “good” and “bad” English, emphasizing that successful communication is about getting the message across, regardless of accent. Heather highlights the need for leaders
Wayne Turmel and Richard Maltzman about the importance of meetings in building great teams. Richard emphasizes the role of project leaders in facilitating effective meetings and discusses the principles of project management and Agile methodology. He also introduces the concept of “meeting goblins,” which are different personalities that can emerge during meetings. Richard highlights the
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