Creativity & collaboration in a remote first world w/Tamara Sanderson - Matt is joined by Tamara Sanderson, co-author of the upcoming book "Remote Works - managing for freedom, flexibility and focus". The interview is wide ranging and touches on a number of topics that will be of interest to any remote leader.
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In this episode, Matt and I discuss my thoughts on incorporating collaboration and creativity in a remote environment. In the episode, we cover:
The optimal skills, behaviours and mindset required for remote management and remote work more broadly - what Tamara refers to as 'remote work fluency'
The leadership archetypes that thrive and struggle in a remote first world - and how to develop your growing edge.
The huge opportunities in creativity and collaboration that remote work enables.
The role of play in collaboration - and how to ensure it never appears cheesy or forced
How remote work might evolve over the next five years