Tag: Team Anywhere

Episode #155 – Redefining the Office: Balancing Remote Work Collaboration and Innovation in Modern Organizations

In this episode of Team Anywhere, host Mitch Simon welcomes Libby Sander to discuss the importance of human-centric leadership in the context of remote work and office environments. They explore how our physical environment impacts productivity, collaboration, and well-being, emphasizing the need for diverse and flexible workspaces. The discussion also highlights the changing expectations and priorities of today’s work. The episode calls for a shift in leadership approaches and office design to meet the evolving needs of employees and create environments that foster creativity, engagement, and success as we Team Anywhere.

Episode #149 – Loneliness Management 101 for Leaders

In today’s episode, we have a fantastic guest joining us, Laura Terrell, an executive coach and practicing attorney with over 25 years of experience. Laura knows firsthand the challenges professionals face when it comes to feeling lonely and unsupported during transitions and changes in their lives. In this episode, Laura shares her insights on the power of personal connection and the importance of taking intentional action to combat loneliness.

From her own experiences of traveling to meet clients, to building meaningful relationships with colleagues and loved ones, Laura provides practical strategies and advice that will resonate with everyone. So sit back, relax, and get ready to dive into this enriching conversation on the value of human interaction and the transformative impact it can have on our lives. Let’s get started with Laura Terrell on Team Anywhere!

Episode #148 – Overcoming Workaholism in the Virtual Workspace

In this episode of Team Anywhere, host Mitch Simon sits down with guest Bryan Robinson, best-selling author of the book, Chained to the Desk (Third Edition): A Guidebook for Workaholics, Their Partners and Children, and the Clinicians Who Treat Them. Get ready to dive into the riveting world of workaholism as Bryan shares his personal journey and the detrimental effects of being chained to the desk. Discover how overworking impacts productivity, relationships, and even your health. With mind-blowing insights and practical tips, Bryan reveals the secrets to achieving work-life balance and finding fulfillment beyond the grind. Don’t miss this eye-opening episode that will forever change your relationship with work as we Team Anywhere.

Episode #141 – The Remote State of Mind Guide for Leaders

In this invigorating podcast interview, we dive into the world of remote work with Ali Greene, Co-Founder of Remote Works. Drawing from her extensive experience in distributed workplaces, Ali shares surprising insights on the shift to remote work and the challenges faced by leaders and managers. Discover the remote state of mind and the transformative thinking needed to create a thriving remote work environment. Explore the three non-negotiables—intentionality, trust, and autonomy—that make remote work possible as we Team Anywhere.

Building Brave Spaces with Improv Mindset

In today’s episode we interview Shannon Hughes, founder of Enliven Studios, to discuss how companies can build a “brave space” and an energetic culture through an improv mindset and practices. Shannon shares her insights on creating an enliven culture that promotes open communication, collaboration, and trust. She emphasizes the importance of creating a safe space where team members can be vulnerable and take risks, which is crucial for building psychological safety in virtual and hybrid teams.

Shannon also shares her approach to teaching communication practices inspired by the key tenets of improv theater. She believes that these practices help teams to build empathy, listen actively, and collaborate effectively as they Team Anywhere.

Leadership Framework for Effective Communication

In today’s episode we interview Tiffany Cheng, Leadership & Career Coach and Founder of Inspire My Day. Tiffany’s company helps middle management in large organizations get top leadership positions through influence, so they can “make more, impact more, and become more.” Today’s podcast topics are focused on the three levels of resistance to organizational change; namely, I don’t understand it, I don’t like it, and I don’t like you. There is further emphasis on the leader’s framework for effective communication; namely; connect, create, and communicate which will help send the message directly home to your Team Anywhere.