Ep 066: Asynchronous working

Welcome to episode 66, where we discuss the concept – and relevance – of ‘asynchronous working’, something that so many people will need to adapt to in the coming months.

Pilar outlines what it means when work is asynchronous and what’s really important to bear in mind when we’re not ‘at work’ at the same time.¬†Please do get in touch with your questions about asynchronous work – we’d love to hear from our listeners. Are you working in this way since lockdown? Are you a seasoned professional? What helps you and your colleagues work asynchronously?

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Resources mentioned in this episode

WorkLifeWebinars: https://www.worklifepsych.com/webinars

Matt Mullenberg’s article on the five stages of remote work: https://medium.com/swlh/the-five-levels-of-remote-work-and-why-youre-probably-at-level-2-ccaf05a25b9c

Doist blog post on asynchronous communication: https://doist.com/blog/asynchronous-communication/

  • Date July 8, 2020
  • Tags Effectiveness