Thank you! I have noted your interest in Remote Work. You can expect emails from me on that very subject.
Here are the posts I have written on the subject:
A 22nd installment of my Deliberate Internet newsletter. This week you’re going to learn why meritocracy is a lie, hunting for comets is a wild goose chase, and how to not be an overprotective parent to your digital creations.
Each profession has its voice, built on assumptions in your field.
Remember to turn that voice off once in a while. Your family will thank you.
Open Communication is a powerful tool. It fuels creativity and collaboration, but if misused, it can turn into an influential sabotage tactic.
Watch your words.
Commute is a nice transition period between stresses of work and your home life.
In lockdown, you have to bring your own.
Isolation is one of the best tools we have right now to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
This post is a crash course on Remote Work for a smaller team that is forced into this reality by COVID-19. Wash your hands.
Feedback UP the chain of command is as valuable as the pointers we get from our superiors.
Without information “from the ground”, leaders act with incomplete information and risk destrying the company.
And yet, this feedback is really hard to get.