Working with remote or distributed teams?
For many people, working remotely means dialing into meetings to listen in. If you’ve ever done this, you’ll know how ineffective it can be. It’s just not the same as being in the same office. But what if it could be better? With global companies, and flexible working arrangements, more people are experiencing working remotely and having distributed teams. We want to help you embrace the remote generation. With a few small changes, we believe remote work can be more effective and enjoyable.
We think remote is the future. We think you know it is too.
We would love to help you explore what is possible for your team.
Contact us to experience a powerful remote coaching session with your whole team. Yes, for free.
I recently attended the Unmute conference, hosted by the Remote Coaches. It was really wonderful being able to connect with people from around the world, to share experiences and discuss remote working.
Agile retrospective experts David Horowitz, Diana Larsen, Esther Derby, Molood Ceccarelli, Paul Tevis, Jay-Allen Morris, and Kirsten Clacey gathered to share their insights on how to achieve effective retros amidst a sudden shift to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic
With most of the world in lock down, most events have become virtual. I was fortunate to join Women in Agile Singapore for a Remote facilitation Workshop with Dana Pylayeva & Kriti Jaising
Remote Team Survey
Do you work with a remote or distributed team? Even if just 1 person sometimes works from home? Please take our survey, no more than 5 minutes needed. Results will be published as a blog post.
I would definitely recommend Growing Agile’s coaching calls to anyone. They are convenient and great value for money.