We’re in an age of burnout. And a majority of those employees experiencing it, work from home full time. Wayne and Marisa discuss if working remotely is making us more stressed, what burnout looks like, how leaders can spot and prevent burnout on their remote teams, and what employees can do to prevent burnout themselves.Additional

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Posted in  Guests, Leadership, Working Remotely  on  September 26, 2022  - 0 comments

Wayne speaks with Suzanne Lucas (better known as Evil HR Lady) about how remote work has changed the world of Human Resources. They discuss what issues arose that no one expected, how conversations that used to be private in the office are no longer private in a remote environment, and why hybrid is Suzanne’s favorite

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Marisa asks Wayne about mandatory office days. What’s the strategy behind them? Is this a way for management to bring everyone back to the office full time? Are we resistant to it because it’s mandatory? Additional ResourcesApple’s Return to Office PolicyLearn more about Marisa EikenberryEmail Marisa EikenberryLearn more about Wayne TurmelEmail Wayne TurmelPurchase a copy of

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Posted in  Guests, Technology  on  September 12, 2022  - 0 comments

Wayne is joined by Dr. Mary O’Connor of Vori Health to talk about what remote teams can learn from telemedicine. Vori Health is an remote business and Dr. O’Connor discusses how it’s possible to practice medicine (traditionally something very hands-on) remotely as well as how telemedicine rose even before the pandemic. Additional ResourcesLearn more about Dr.

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Posted in  Guests, Surviving Remote Work, Working Remotely  on  August 29, 2022  - 0 comments

Working remotely can come with a lot of isolation and loneliness. But Ryan Jenkins, author of Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams From Isolated to All In tells us that loneliness isn’t defined by the absence of people, but the absence of connection. Ryan joins Wayne to discuss ways that leaders can help their team members

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