Jan. 21, 2022

Ep 81 How To Implement A Fully Distributed Workforce Model

Ep 81 How To Implement A Fully Distributed Workforce Model

In this episode I'm joined by CEO of D4H Robin Blatchford for a discussion on mission critical steps of how to implement a fully distributed workforce successfully and what he sees as what's to come with hybrid workforce challenges.

There is so much gold in this episode you will want to watch till the end.....find links below to all the tools Robin has used in moving his workforce to be fully distributed and his prediction of the future of in office, remote, hybrid and fully distributed workforce models.

Highlights:
πŸ’₯ Defining workforce models: In Office, Remote, Hybrid and Fully Distributed
πŸ’₯ The Inequalities of Hybrid Workforce
πŸ’₯ In Person Retreats: No Work Just Social
πŸ’₯ Managing Fully Distributed Teams
πŸ’₯ Stop micromanaging minutes and start measuring outputs
πŸ’₯ Tools to Implement a Fully Distributed Workforce Successful and How to Use Them
πŸ’₯ Stop The Insanity of Virtual Meetings - Be Intentional - How To Set Up
πŸ’₯ How To Care For The Team When They Are Anywhere in the World
πŸ’₯ Expectations, Clarity & Processes
πŸ’₯ Your Responsibility As A Leader

https://d4h.com
https://basecamp.com/
https://www.gitbook.com/ handbook
https://distributed.blog/podcast/

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In this episode I'm joined by CEO of D4H Robin Blatchford for a discussion on mission critical steps of how to implement a fully distributed workforce successfully and what he sees as what's to come with hybrid workforce challenges. There is so much gold in this episode you will want to watch till the end.....find links below to all the tools Robin has used in moving his workforce to be fully distributed and his prediction of the future of in office, remote, hybrid and fully distributed workforce models. Highlights: πŸ’₯ Defining workforce models: In Office, Remote, Hybrid and Fully Distributed πŸ’₯ The Inequalities of Hybrid Workforce πŸ’₯ In Person Retreats: No Work Just Social πŸ’₯ Managing Fully Distributed Teams πŸ’₯ Stop micromanaging minutes and start measuring outputs πŸ’₯ Tools to Implement a Fully Distributed Workforce Successful and How to Use Them πŸ’₯ Stop The Insanity of Virtual Meetings - Be Intentional - How To Set Up πŸ’₯ How To Care For The Team When They Are Anywhere in the World πŸ’₯ Expectations, Clarity & Processes πŸ’₯ Your Responsibility As A Leader https://d4h.com https://basecamp.com/ https://www.gitbook.com/ handbook https://distributed.blog/podcast/ 🎀Audio your thing? Sub to Lead From the Inside Out podcast on your fav platform! Does this resonate? Or Do You Disagree (that's okay too as long as we keep it respectful). πŸ‘‡ Comment below. If you aren't comfortable posting public you can DM me too! πŸ‘†SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTUBE: www.ddbtube.com A great combo of captioned, short form (one minute and less), mid-form (Ten Minute Leadership Tactics) and long form (video podcasts weekly). NO MORE 'DIFFICULT' CONVERSATIONS: Have productive and respectful 'difficult' conversations vs. having to dread and avoid them: Download my FREE How To Have Difficult Conversations Guide lynxshort.com/DifficultConvo FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/daryldblack CONNECT ON LINKEDIN: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daryldblack/