Play Your Position with Mary Lou Kayser

Is it possible to build a thriving community or group remotely, one that meets the needs of all the participants and allows for measurable progress to occur? That’s a question that’s coming up more and more these days as working remotely continues to be a reality for millions of people who until four months ago showed up to a building outside their dwelling and had the luxury of working together in person. In today's episode, I share five tips about how to create successful virtual groups or communities so that participants have a positive experience while making measurable progress toward their goals. 


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Send your stories in by Friday, July 3, 2020 so I can share them on air this week. All stories will remain anonymous unless you indicate permission in your message for me to share your name. 


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Direct download: WorkingRemotelyPart3.mp3
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