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Team Anywhere’s mission is to uncover Leaders on the Front Lines that are building teams and cultures where the majority of the workers are dispersed throughout the city, state, country, or world. We explore how these remote leaders foster engagement through trust, authenticity, and a sense of community. Ultimately, we are uncovering the new skills and practices that leaders must take on to connect, inspire, and transform their teams to compete in the new dispersed global economy.
 
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For the past 2 years, the work world has experienced chaos and uncertainty because of the pandemic and the Great Resignation. Leaders struggle with team members who are less confident and engaged in the workplace. Consequently, leaders are developing and adopting new solutions to manage the virtual and hybrid space. In today's podcast episode, we i…
 
Employee engagement has become front and center for many companies these days. With the hybrid work setup and the ever-rising attrition rates from quitting employees, leaders must be able to properly balance bottom-line concerns with team member flexibility and needs. In today's podcast episode, we interview Rebecca Ahmed, CEO of Energetic Impact. …
 
Because they tend to focus on bottom-line results, some leaders overlook the importance of engaging with team members and taking the time to understand their individual strengths and motivators. However, since the pandemic and the Great Resignation, employees have more leverage in choosing the kind of company they want to work for. This new dynamic…
 
In this special episode of Team Anywhere, Mitch and Ginny recap lessons they have learned from previous podcast guests and well-known leadership personalities, and share insights and tools that can be immediately put to use. Dubbed as the “Team Anywhere Toolkit,” this guide provides leaders with actionable items that can truly impact their organiza…
 
Leaders have a tendency to overlook the company's core values posted on their walls or website. What they do not realize is that implementing those core values greatly improves an organization's productivity, employee engagement, motivation, client attraction, and client retention. Implementation of core values is also vital in creating a company c…
 
Being a leader in a remote work environment is not just a walk in the park. It takes a lot of learning and dedication to improve a company’s work policies, promote a positive work culture, and foster employee engagement, motivation and retention. In today’s episode we interview David Garcia, CEO of Scout Logic. Today’s topics are locked-in on the d…
 
Leaders have long been focused on bottom-line results. However, with the emergence of virtual and hybrid teams, meaningful and engaging touchpoints have become necessary for results to happen. By establishing sound work cultures, leaders are learning how to use engagement as the cornerstone of organizational success. In today’s episode we interview…
 
One former leadership style supported leaders to rule with authority. More progressive leadership approaches have demanded more engaged approaches with an emphasis on inclusion. The entire remote work movement has pushed the style curve further into the need to develop team member trust to foster organizational success. In today’s episode we interv…
 
A leader’s role to gain influence from team members, clients, and other people with their words is challenging. Using powerful questions to foster more engagement is a skill set leaders are more actively using. However, providing the correct answers to the questions asked is most often overlooked. In today’s episode we interview Brian Glibkowski, P…
 
The greatest challenge leaders are facing today is building and maintaining engagement. With the shift into virtual and hybrid work, leaders need to be clear on how they are addressing employees who are minimally contributing. Not giving resolution to this issue will only affect the overall team’s productivity and performance. In today’s episode we…
 
Amidst the past 2 years, organizations were forced to find ways to allow virtual and hybrid work to adjust to the pandemic protocols. However, the challenge is on for leaders in terms of building trust, effective communication and deep connection with their team members. In today’s episode we interview Tara Powers, CEO of Powers Resource Center LLC…
 
Organizations develop strategic plans towards their future. However, many plans end up being divided into tasks that are distributed throughout the organization without a unified thread. This leads to a lack of focused action and clarity. In this age of ceaseless change and innovation, clarity is mandatory for high-growth outcomes. In today’s episo…
 
The past 2 years have been a challenge for leaders to engage and motivate their team members. The great resignation proved that employees have the option to choose their desired career paths. Thus, organizational leaders should devise ways to prevent turnover and keep employees. On today’s podcast episode we interview Deanna Figurito, Founder and L…
 
Leaders have the challenge of implementing organizational change. Typically team members react differently to change. The main question that leaders need to answer is how can they implement organizational change effectively, make it stick, and not lose key players in the process? On today’s podcast episode we interview Nancy Murphy, CEO of CSR Comm…
 
For the past 2 years organizations struggled with pandemic restrictions because of the social distancing requirement imposed in office spaces. That led to the innovation of virtual and hybrid workspaces. The main question is, are we ready to replace the physical office with the virtual office? On today’s podcast episode we interview Arkadiy Baltser…
 
Organizations have seen talent being mobile, especially in the Great Resignation. Attrition rates have reached their all-time-high. Employees have opened the doors to different opportunities and work arrangements in the creation of “culturally fit” organizations. Leaders should be able to improve the company’s talent retention processes by making t…
 
Most organizations think only about generating profits to drive company growth. As leaders in today’s environment, it takes more than profits to drive growth. Instead, processes supporting prioritization, accountability, and documentation are necessary to improve communication and productivity towards growth. Leaders should also be able to keep the…
 
There are few organizations who don't want growth. For the past 2 years, leaders have been struggling with growth due to shifts towards virtual and hybrid. Talent retention has also been difficult as seen from the Great Resignation still taking place. The best employees now have the option to choose employers with enriching cultures that fit their …
 
Disagreements can go on for years in an organization–simply because something went wrong in the conversation. Leaders should be able to step up and be able to learn how to effectively dig deeper in conversations with their team members. But because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the addition of virtual and hybrid meetings, it has become tougher for l…
 
In this special episode of Team Anywhere, Mitch and Ginny recap lessons they have learned from previous guests, and share insights and tools that can be immediately put to use. Dubbed as the “Team Anywhere Toolkit,” this guide provides leaders with actionable items that can truly impact their organization as they team anywhere. As Mitch and Ginny i…
 
Amidst the pandemic, leaders are forced to manage their teams in-person and virtually. The phenomenon of moving to virtual and hybrid teams–and then guiding employees through an international pandemic–has surfaced the need to manage with empathy, authenticity, and engagement. The traditional “command and control” is no longer tolerable. Leaders mus…
 
Actions are a product of our thoughts. Amidst the pandemic, leaders tend to overthink rather than take necessary actions in the workplace. Instead of focusing on leading, a leader’s mental energy and time is often consumed by ruminations— negative cycles of thought that lead to nowhere, and can affect how the leader performs. On today’s podcast epi…
 
In a world wherein change is constant, products and services are continuously improved every year. Amidst the pandemic and other times of crisis, how does your organization keep up with the competition? Does your organization have the right strategies, tools and resources ? Does your organization have what it takes to keep your competitive edge ali…
 
Meetings are vital in every organization. Due to the pandemic, we are forced to become more flexible in terms of meeting types. Hybrid meetings are a simultaneous mixture of in - person and virtual meetings. The main challenge in leading such meetings is how to conduct engaging, conducive and productive meetings with some people in the room and som…
 
Due to the pandemic, the world is put on a status of uncertainty. Leadership roles in workplaces– whether on-site or remote– have been challenging. Leaders struggle on how to become stronger and effective because of these challenges. On today’s episode, we're privileged to have Tom Kolditz, a retired Brigadier General who led the department of Beha…
 
Burnout is real. It is officially identified by the World Health Organization as an occupational phenomenon. At the root of burnout are broken and unfair policies, and it can't be fixed by wellness and meditation practices. That's like putting a bandaid on a failed artery. In today’s podcast, we have Jennifer Moss, the author of the Burnout Epidemi…
 
Virtual teams are becoming more and more prevalent in business today. Many companies have employees working from multiple locations. When email and video conferencing become your main modes of communication, it can be a struggle sometimes to make sure everyone is on the same page. In today's podcast, we interview leadership and culture consultant D…
 
The great resignation is upon us. Workers are leaving their jobs in droves as they retool and seek lives full of passion. Leaders are left wondering what went wrong and are wondering how they can retain their employees. So what does a leader do in times like this? On today's podcast, we interview Raj Subrameyer, tech career strategist and author of…
 
As team leaders, business owners and managers, we have a new responsibility when we bring our employees together and that's to make those gatherings effective, memorable, and frankly, worth the effort to drag our team members from their homes to the office. Yet there are limited resources on how to create those gatherings. On today's podcast, we in…
 
Only 15% of companies that try to make a culture change are successful. Yet culture, according to Satya Nadella at Microsoft, is the biggest predictor of future success. The main reason that culture change rarely ever works is because it's really, really hard to change. That's why if you're trying to change your culture, you'll want to read Kevin O…
 
When it comes to gainful employment, it’s a buyers market. Power has shifted to employees and now companies require the best from their leaders to create the conditions for high engagement. In today’s episode, we interview Scott Miller, leadership expert and podcast host of FranklinCovey on Leadership with over 7 million downloads per week, and aut…
 
Currently, you can drive to the local coffee shop whenever you want and kind of get your work done. But the challenges you’ll face include noise, lack of equipment like printers and projectors, and no private meeting rooms. What if the coffee shop was set up to provide the ideal workspace that you could rent by the hour? The concept is called VEL. …
 
In today’s episode, we speak with Ket Patel, a certified Change Management Master Practitioner who teaches us how to build trust in the hybrid workplace through managing change. When it comes to managing change, Ket walks us through two main areas of pain when it comes to leading a team from anywhere: the people side and the technology side. Change…
 
What if you can measure team interactions and use that data to give memorable recognition and rewards to your hybrid team? What if you could build a culture that gives employees the one thing they’re begging for: consistent and authentic recognition? On this week’s podcast, we interview Dan Kasper, CEO of Wishlist, an HR tech company that focuses o…
 
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is a commitment. It’s a way of being and a way of leading. It's a continual commitment to make it safer, have better conversations, deeper conversations, and continually raise awareness of the different experiences all of us are having. Today we interviewed Annemarie Shrouder, an expert on DEI shares with us h…
 
Safety? Empathy? Comedy? To build thriving hybrid teams, leaders must create psychological safety, demonstrate empathy, and have a sense of humor. Discover what psychological safety looks like in a Hybrid Workplace. Today we interview returning guest and author of The Human Edge, Greg Orme. Greg teaches us what we need to know about psychological s…
 
What if every leader in your company created a contract or a covenant that stated their obligations to their team? What if every team created a covenant where they shared their obligations as a team with their manager? Certainly, the employee working 1000s of miles from the home base would feel more taken care of since he or she would know exactly …
 
When making strategic decisions, who's supreme? Shareholders or employees? On today's podcast, Andy Alsop, CEO of The Receptionist, shares his enthusiasm for building a truly hybrid company where the focus and attention is on prioritizing employees over shareholders. What is Employee Supremacy? Shareholder supremacy, a term coined by Milton Friedma…
 
When it comes to business in 2021, we need to resonate on a human level. How many of us actually ask ourselves how well we are interacting and impacting other human beings? In today’s hybrid and virtual environment, creating human connections is something that must be strategically planned and measured. In today’s episode, we interview Zach Giglio,…
 
Company culture and change is one of the most important discussions today. With the hybrid work challenges, and as some companies work through mergers and acquisitions, leaders need to get very clear on certain elements to help build a solid foundation so that they can Team Anywhere. Today on the podcast, we interview Kim Clark Pakstys, thought lea…
 
The way we communicate is more diverse than it ever has been. Or is it really? If you think about it, since the dawn of time, the two ways human beings have had to communicate are print and verbal communication. Today, we see those in perhaps newer ways through our email, chat groups and DM’s. Communication avenues haven’t changed much since the be…
 
The difference between a good company and a great company.... is fun. Fun is the number one factor between the companies that made the 100 Best Companies to Work For list and those that didn’t. In the companies that made the list, 82% of the employees said that they have fun at work. Alternately, that number was closer to 60% for those companies th…
 
Today we interviewed Brant Cooper, author of the newly released book Disruption Proof. Brant suggests in a time of continuous disruption, we must spend more of our time innovating in what he calls “exploration mode”. Leaders need to be more open to trying things out, experimenting, exploring and finding solutions to near-term ever-changing problems…
 
Today on the podcast, we have David Nour, a trusted adviser to global clients, corporate leaders, and rising entrepreneurs and the author of the recent book, Curve Benders. David is an expert in Relationship Economics: how to build enduring relationships that last a lifetime. Inside this episode, David shares how deepening relationships is the way …
 
The post-pandemic workplace is not going to be like it was when you worked in the office before 2020. As companies grapple with their hybrid work plans, leaders are taking this moment to refresh and reset. Leaders need to think consciously about creating a post-pandemic workplace that creates meaningful gatherings in new space designs. In today’s e…
 
In today's special episode we interview Rachel Casanova for our second round discussion on how to build a hybrid work model. Who is accountable for designing the hybrid work plan? If we leave it exclusively up to leadership, we may disenfranchise the employees and frankly, they'll leave. If we leave it up to the employees, will they have the best i…
 
Most return-to-office conversations begin with a binary perspective: are we in the office or are we out of the office? This question leads companies into discussing a hybrid strategy. But when leaders don't clearly and explicitly describe what their hybrid model will really mean and fail to create a clear strategy, they end up setting themselves up…
 
In today’s episode, we interview Liane Davey, a New York Times bestselling author and contributor at the Harvard Business Review. Some of the nicest, most empathetic, most wonderful managers are making the biggest mistakes in planning their back to the office agenda. They're trying to be empathetic and nice and wonderful. They're asking their emplo…
 
In this podcast, Renee McGowan states that success in a virtual or hybrid environment depends on getting clear on the new and ever-changing expectations of employees. Spoiler alert: if you don't find out what those expectations are, you will be toast! In today's world, you will need to master empathy, vulnerability, and even deeper levels of trust.…
 
Hybrid work has changed the way businesses operate and radically changed the way teams operate. For many organizations, hybrid work is here to stay and a lot of industries are embracing operations in a hybrid environment. So today, there is a responsibility for those leaders and teams to figure out how they are going to operate in a hybrid environm…
 
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