This Is the Formula for Successful Remote Communication 57 min
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Communicating effectively asynchronously can be tough, but it doesn't have to be. It definitely takes knowing some best practices, leaning into using visuals, & setting guidelines.
The way business has been done for years is that it happens in a meeting or there's a pull for immediate, instant communication. And with the world moving to heavily remote for a lot of workers, it's made it difficult to keep up the pace of communication without feeling burned out or overwhelmed. However, we have the tools and know-how to communicate in an asynchronous manner. But it takes more than just tools, it takes a change in mindset to understand the value and to change behaviors to truly benefit from using asynchronous communication. During this live stream, Matt Pierce, Learning & Video Ambassador for TechSmith talked about what it means to really communicate asynchronously, why visuals are important, and some practical advice and techniques to create better communication.