89 Hybrid Working Tips From Explorers
89 Hybrid Working Tips From Explorers
About the Book
If there is anything positive about COVID19, it is that the whole world went working remote, without much preparation, and it work more or less ok. Luckily for us, there were many resources about remote work, as many companies have been experimenting with it. In this book I want to gather what we have learned since that period. With a special attention to hybrid work. How can we make hybrid meetings better.
This book will end up with 89 tips.
When you buy the book now, you will get updates. Here are the tips we already have
- Host an engaging online review session with the 4Cs Map (Barry Overeem & Christiaan Verwijs)
- Simultaneous eye contact in remote one-on-ones (Ivo Peksens)
- Remote Amplifies and So Should You (Mark Kilby)
- Make meetings meaningful (Joanne Perold)
- Shift from managing things to spaces between them (Andrew Blain)
- Facilitate Meetings (Petr Celestian)
- Remote/Hybrid Governance (Tony Ponton)
- Inclusive Hybrid Meetings (Dominika Bula)
- Consider individual's preferences and feelings (Dominika Jakubkovič Sedláková)
- Don’t try replicate face-to-face (Siddharta Govindaraj )
- Intervisibility: a hybrid-working superpower (Judy Rees)
- Work from a designated place in your home (Faiza Yousuf)
- The Attention Flow of Hybrid (Lynne Cazaly)
- Respect The key to a successful remote/hybrid collaboration (Jutta Eckstein)
- We Need To Talk ... (Martin Van Aken)
- Make time to connect (David Spinks)
Table of Contents
- 1.1 Host an engaging online review session with the 4Cs Map
- 1.2 Simultaneous eye contact in remote one-on-ones
- 1.3 Remote Amplifies and So Should You
- 1.4 Make meetings meaningful
- 1.5 Shift from managing things, to spaces between them
- 1.6 Facilitate Meetings
- 1.7 Remote/Hybrid Governance
- 1.8 Inclusive Hybrid Meetings
- 1.9 Consider individual’s preferences and feelings
- 1.10 Don’t replicate face-to-face
- 1.11 Inter-visibility: a hybrid-working superpower
- 1.12 Work from a designated place in your home
- 1.13 The Attention Flow of Hybrid
- 1.14 Respect The key to a successful remote/hybrid collaboration
- 1.15 We need to talk…
- 1.16 Make time to connect
- Andrew Blain
- Barry Overeem
- Christiaan Verwijs
- Daphné De Troch
- David Spinks
- Dominika Bula
- Dominika Jakubkovič Sedláková
- Faiza Yousuf
- Ivo Peksens
- Joanne Perold
- Judy Rees
- Jutta Eckstein
- Lynne Cazaly
- Mark Kilby
- Martin Van Aken
- Petr Celestian
- Siddharta Govindaraj
- Tony Ponton
- 3 Resources
- 4 Library
- 5.1 The e-book
- 5.2 The paper version
- 6 Errata
- 7 More from Yves Hanoulle
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