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    Wayne Turmel

    Wayne Turmel

    Wayne Turmel is a speaker, writer and co-founder of The Remote Leadership Institute. He’s passionate about helping people present, sell and lead people and projects using today’s virtual communication technology. His books include Meet Like You Mean It - a Leader’s Guide to Painless and Productive Virtual Meetings. Wayne is based in Chicago, IL.

    @LeadingRemotely website

    There’s nothing soft about the heart

    12 Feb 2020

    Every animal depends on its heart for its existence. And exactly the same is true of an organization, except that rather than a multi-chambered muscle, an organization relies on leadership, managers and flows of information.

    A whole new ballgame?

    14 Jan 2020

    Adopting remote teams might seem like a whole new ball game, but it’s the same game - just played on a slightly different field. The WHAT doesn’t really change, it's the HOW that's different.

    Getting virtual meetings to start on time

    25 Nov 2019

    Why do webmeetings always seem to start late? While there’s no silver bullet that will solve the problem, there are some simple things you can do to help your odds of starting (and finishing) on time.

    Mapping the power in your organization

    21 Oct 2019

    Forget job titles, do you know who has the real power in your organization and who has real influence where it matters most?

    Getting feedback from a virtual audience

    10 Sep 2019

    Speaking to large groups on-line can be deeply disconcerting. Why? Because even in a lecture-type presentation, you get all kinds of feedback. But doing it virtually feels like you’re talking into a void.

    Faith, trust and teamwork

    28 Aug 2019

    Having faith is a wonderful thing. But today's project and functional teams need to run on trust. Why? Because unlike faith, trust is evidence-based, built on measurable results and can be restored through hard work.

    Vital lessons from an eight year old

    30 Jul 2019

    The most important business lesson I ever learned, I learned at eight years old. And it’s something that is as relevant to all of us today as it was to me as a kid back then.

    Code is easier than people

    11 Jul 2019

    Going from being a ‘doer’ to being a manager isn’t easy, because managing others demands interpersonal and communication skills that need to be worked on.

    How to take expert advice

    04 Jul 2019

    You could drive yourself crazy trying to follow every piece of advice you get - and often the experts disagree. So how is a rational person supposed to take all this advice without their heads imploding?

    The 'golden suggestion' for managers

    17 Jun 2019

    The old saying “do unto others as you’d like them to do unto you” Is fine advice. But when it comes to management, it's not so simple. Let me explain why it doesn’t stack up.

    The two big communication questions

    27 May 2019

    Communication increasingly seems to be a question of technology. But it isn’t. It's a complicated process with lots of moving parts. And it starts with two very important questions

    Key skills for virtual leaders

    14 May 2019

    Leading a virtual team is a tough call, so here are seven key behaviors that leaders of virtual teams need to develop to be successful.

    Great advice from a sketchy source

    23 Apr 2019

    Ian Fleming’s James Bond books don’t normally spring to mind as sources of useful management advice. But there’s a line in ‘Goldfinger’ that is actually quite brilliant if you run a remote team.

    Are your teammates competent?

    08 Apr 2019

    One of the biggest factors in building trust is believing in the competence of the people you work with. If you work in the same place, that isn’t so hard to do. But if you work remotely, gathering evidence of competence takes more effort.

    The cost of bad meetings

    26 Mar 2019

    Bad meetings cost companies billions of dollars every year. But this waste is easily avoidable if only we'd all ask ourselves a couple of basic questions and think a little more about how and why we have meetings.

    Staying on track isn't easy

    28 Feb 2019

    It's surprising how often teams lose sight of their goals. There are plenty of reasons, and maybe understanding some of the most common will help you and your team reassess where you are headed.

    Five remote team new year's resolutions

    07 Jan 2019

    The new year is a great time to ask some fundamental questions about how your project team works together and what needs to change. So here are five "resolutions" you should at least consider for your remote team.

    Do you run meetings or lead them?

    24 Sep 2018

    Any meeting, whether in a conference room or online, can be run. But successful meetings need to be led - and there is a huge difference between running a meeting and leading one.

    Five reasons remote teams fail

    20 Aug 2018

    Leading a remote team isn’t that different to leading a co-located one. But we do have to re-think how we do certain things. Here are five ways you can get that wrong.

    Are you hiding behind technology?

    06 Aug 2018

    We all get tired, rushed and overworked. And when we do, it's tempting to use technology as an excuse to take the easy way out by avoiding confrontation or uncomfortable conversations.

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