Managers have to lead remote teams, build trust, and find a way forward. And they may well have to navigate the rest of their career while working from home. Kate Gigax shows us the path.
If you’re trying to make a difference in the world and nobody’s noticing, maybe what you need are the skills of a Hype Artist. Michael F. Schein and I talk about the contrariness of the Rolling Stones, the techniques of cult leaders, and how that can help you do some good out there.
David Hockney is 83 years old and remains wildly productive working at home In Normandy. This special episode is about how he does it. It inspired me, and it might inspired you.
John Sindelar has created a new way of looking at how you spend your time: a calendar app called Dayback. We talk about the elusiveness of time, the challenges of software and…surfing.
We’re thrilled that WorkLife@Home was featured on Pod Buffet! Host Steve Heatherington features 5-minute tastes of an eclectic mix of new podcasts from around the world. It’s a cool idea that exposes podcasts to new audiences, and audiences to new podcasts. Steve is one of
Zach Rosenberg helped launch remote working in 1993 at the famed ad agency Chiat/Day. Now he’s marketing brands in outer space. Find out how the biz really works. And doesn’t. And what you can do to market your own services.
The brilliant Dave Coverly has won a ton of awards for his panel Speed Bump. Makes me happy every morning when I studiously avoid the news for a few minutes and plunge into the comics section. https://www.gocomics.com/speedbump/2020/11/05
Leah Ryder writes extensively about working remotely. As the Brand & Content Marketing Lead at Trello with its international team and its 35 million registered users, she knows a thing or two about staying visible.
It’s hard to keep a congregation feeling connected when they’re so isolated. From Chris Rock to Coldplay, from kids to coffee, Mike Moses has some helpful answers.
Whether you’re stressed from isolation or too many Zoom calls. Whether you’re dealing with kids, partners or a grumpy spouse, Nikki’s got you covered.
Remote learning? Budget cuts? How are our schools coping? Linda Greenberg lives at the nexus of parents, teachers and administrators. As head of the Santa Monica Education Foundation, she hears both the complaints and the solutions — while her nonprofit raises millions of dollars to
Love movies? Me, too. And you’ve probably seen the campaigns that promote them during Oscar season. Which means you’ve seen Andrew Stachler’s work. High pressure creativity. Near-instant turnaround. Coordinating teams in the U.S., Manila and Buenos Aires. How can they do that while working from
What happens when disaster strikes your community and the local workers lose their jobs? If you’re one of my oldest friends, Ron Blitzer, you roll up your sleeves and raise $180,000 in 5 days. From home, of course. Find out how this serial entrepreneur and
One of the most successful social media content studios in the country is run by Seth Sliver from his home high in the mountains above Los Angeles. Social Control is the go-to social content resource for some of the nation’s biggest ad agencies, getting attention for
How do you run a 300-person team from your desk at home? And how does that team manage to function in this time of quarantine? Erika Abrams, lately of Encore VFX, has some answers. Her take on the weirdness of Zoom meetings, the need for
One of my heroes is Jason Fried, co-founder of Basecamp, the project management system we have used for over a decade. Like us, he and his company have been working almost entirely remotely for years, and he’s written a book about it call “REMOTE: Office
Wired Magazine is explores the future of in-person conferences. Are we going full-on virtual?
How do you sell cloud-based learning systems on four continents while managing a remote team — all from home? Adam Berns and I discuss that and more in a deep dive into online education, home schooling, coping with time differences and learning from video games.
As this quarantine has dragggggged on, our family is always looking for new board games to keep us entertained. Even though our kiddo is only five, he is thankfully long past Candy Land. The best thing about kid’s board games is that they don’t all
How do you teach a hands-on university class from home? Especially when you’re a self-professed “ink and paper” guy? David Mayes shares the trials and tribulations of a sudden transition, all while holding down his day job as a printing rep from his home office.