With remote work becoming more and more common, it comes as no surprise that there are now several podcasts about the topic. If you're interested in remote work and/or the future of work, and like to hear about all the cool things that people are doing while location independent, have a listen to these great shows.
21st Century Work Life is a podcast is hosted by Pilar Orti and Lisette Sutherland. The format is varied: in some episodes, Orti and Sutherland co-host, in some episodes they interview guests, and sometimes, they have solo shows. The topics are just as diverse and cover important topics like communication and management in remote teams, as well as issues that are faced by subsets of remote employees, like complete newbies. This show is extremely well-produced and researched. Plus, the questions and perspectives on this show will get you thinking about how to improve your own remote work experience.
I especially recommend this podcast for those who have been working remotely for some time—you'll get valuable insight into how to improve your and your colleagues' work situation.
Yonder advocates for remote work and helps create distributed companies. Founder Jeff Robbins interviews other remote work advocates and experts on the Yonder podcast.The conversations on this podcast are fascinating to listen to, since Robbins interviews individuals that come from all kinds of companies and backgrounds, such as Buffer's Rodolphe Dutel, Automattic's Lori McLeese, Zapier's Meghan Gezo, and GitHub's Lara Owen.
Start with this podcast if you're interested in learning about how the world's most innovative startups tackle remote work issues,
Hosted by Lisette Sutherland, Collaboration Superpowers features stories of remote teams doing amazing things. Guests on the show also share some of the nitty-gritty details of their work environment and situations.
If you're curious about the nuts and bolts of remote work, try out some of these episodes. There's a handy list of the top 10 episodes that are a good place to start!
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