Part three of my interview series with HRD was on the topic of Remote Work, including some take-aways from my experience and advice I would give to other HR professionals. The article 'Can remote workers teach your staff a lesson?' shares my answers. Click the link to read the full article!
When I returned home from nearly 5 months of travelling abroad one of the first things I did was throw on my favourite pair of jeans. I didn't pack them because temperatures in Asia were over 30 degrees Celsius and I'd be stuck carrying them around for months. So on my first day back home… Continue reading Remote weight. Balancing the scale.
== Applying. It took me a while before I actually filled out the type form online. I tested out how people felt about the program for a while by bringing up remote year in conversation to see their reactions. I needed to know if my friends had a positive opinion and if my family would… Continue reading Remote Year Reflections.
It's hard to believe that it's been nearly one year from the date I first applied to Remote Year. I also can't believe it's been 21 months since I last published an article on LinkedIn, but who's counting. This gap in article posts is clearly a result of not making it a priority of mine… Continue reading Remote Year – Time – Perspective
This is a controversial topic that many people have asked me about, so in my interview with the fabulous Zoe Weiner I discuss some tips for staying on your A game. Make the right pitch. Keep up with your commitments. Schedule a weekly update meeting. Ask how you can improve. Cop to your mistakes. Keep your conversations… Continue reading Remote Productivity
Recently I had the luxury of travelling around the world as a participant in the Remote Year program, and it was an experience I wish I had done a long time ago. The only catch was, I continued to work during my travels and learned to embrace the digital nomad lifestyle. Now, I know what… Continue reading Remote Desks