Announcing My Free (or by donation) Remote Leadership Toolkit
Since 2002 I’ve led teams and people located across the globe. Since 2008 I’ve been a mobile worker, which means I work half the time from the comforts of my home, all the while leading teams, people, projects, and me.
I’m not trying to be a pompous ass–after all, I’m Canadian–but I’ve got a LOT of experience working and leading remotely.
This is why during the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 (and the disease known as COVID-19) I’ve decided to share as much as I can about remote leadership, remote teams, and being a remote employee.
I’ve developed an entire cadre of “Remote Leadership Toolkit” materials that can be accessed entirely for FREE!
Or, if you or your organization feels compelled enough to donate “whatever you think it’s worth” then 20% of all proceeds will go to Charities in need related to COVID-19. (You can use it as many times as you like, for as many people as you like. I’m not holding you hostage to any of it.)
There are over 100 hours of work that I’ve put into this site since last week, not including the years of experience that you will have access to.
After all, if a donation strategy was good enough for Radiohead, it’s good enough for me.
We’re not here to see through each other;
We’re here to see each other through.
What Does The REMOTE LEADERSHIP TOOLKIT Include?
I’ve put together an enormous package of goodies, including:
- 10 remote leadership videos (helpful techniques & actions to take spread across nearly 70 minutes)
- 5 remote leading job-aids
- 5 remote leading articles (written by Dan)
- 5 additional leadership videos on supplemental topics
- Numerous external curated articles on remote working/leading
- One bonus surprise…
Click here to be taken to the toolkit site.
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