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The best podcasts for Remote and Hybrid Teams

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Who am I?

I'm a web developer, podcast editor, and tech support for The Kevin Eikenberry Group, a leadership and learning consulting company. We teach people how to be better leaders, better communicators, and how to unleash their remarkable potential. One of the podcasts I edit I also co-host on, The Long-Distance Worklife, which is all about helping you lead, work and thrive on remote and hybrid teams. I've been working in the leadership industry for quite a while now and working with Wayne Turmel and Kevin Eikenberry for years learning about how remote and hybrid teams function. Not only have I seen how they teach it, but I've been on a hybrid team since 2014.

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What is my podcast about and/or how does it relate to the playlist topic you chose?

Our podcast is about The Long-Distance Worklife Podcast is a great resource for those who work remotely or need to stay connected while away from the office. The podcast is hosted by experienced remote workers, Wayne Turmel and Marisa Eikenberry, who provide insight and advice on how to stay productive and connected in the digital workplace. Each episode covers topics such as staying organized, managing time, and collaborating with colleagues. The podcast also features interviews with successful remote workers, who share their experiences and tips. With its helpful advice and inspiring stories, The Long-Distance Worklife Podcast is an invaluable resource for those who want to stay connected while working from home. I also wanted to highlight some other podcast resources within this subject.

What is my podcast playlist about?

These episodes and podcasts are all about helping others on hybrid or remote teams. Whether they're leading the teams or just working on them. There are so many things to know and learn about working and leading remotely but because so many of us were forced to go remote quickly, there's a lot of education that was missed out on. But there's never a bad time to learn!

The podcasts I picked and why

1. Long-Distance Worklife - A Hybrid & Remote Work Podcast

Why this podcast?

The Long-Distance Worklife is designed to be one of your greatest assets for leading and working remotely. Not only do we have guests every other week that discuss topics pertaining to remote teams and the future of work right now but we also take the time to answer your questions about remote work, dive into your pet peeves and how you might be able to take some steps to eliminate them or improve your situation. Marisa Eikenberry also asks Wayne Turmel some basic questions about remote work that many newbies to WFH and the remote lifestyle may not have learned yet.

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4.9

The Long-Distance Worklife looks at the way we work in hybrid and remote teams. Each week, we bring you provocative discussions about what it takes to work remotely, master technology, develop your leadership skills, and just plain survive the way we’re expected to work today. We’ll bring you new and exciting voices in the world of hybrid and remote work. In addition to conversations with diverse and unique voices, Wayne and Marisa will take your questions, making us the most relevant source for navigating the Long-Distance Worklife.

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2. The Remote Show

Why this podcast?

The Remote Show in an interview podcast that talks about subjects like tips for working remotely, applications that might be helpful, management concepts and more. Because it covers such a wide range of topics, there's an episode for everyone.

The Remote Show

The Remote Show

Tyler Sellhorn, Matthew Hollingsworth

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The Remote Show is an interview style podcast devoted to all things remote work, entrepreneurship, business and much more. We dive into our guest's personal journey, discuss tips, tools, management concepts and much more in order to help today's remote worker be more productive and fulfilled in work and in life.

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3. Hybrid/Remote Centre of Excellence

Why this podcast?

Nola Simon is a great expert and advocate for remote work and her podcast, Hybrid/Remote Centre of Excellence, has a great list of guests that provide some amazing conversations about the future of work. And not only are they talking about what's going on right now, but also how the decisions we make today could help in the future.

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The Hybrid/Remote Centre of Excellence is a podcast where we talk about co-creating the future of work. It’s powered by questions. How do we bring the best elements of corporate from the past into the future? How can we design a workplace that will allow employees to thrive and integrate their work into their lives? What will the corporation of the future look like more importantly, what will it feel like? Will the future be hybrid or will we be working remotely? How will the office be re-imagined. And how does that affect leadership process procedure? Employee engagement and retention? Are you tired of the same old podcasts that rehash what you already know? Do you crave insights from those shaping our world with innovative ideas, all while understanding the vital concept of trust? Want to thrive in the digital disruption era, where trust is key? If you said yes to any of these, listen to the Hybrid/Remote Centre of Excellence podcast. It's not just about hybrid/remote—it's about everything, including the crucial role of trust. Society is shifting from hierarchical organizational trust to distributed trust and this impacts all aspects of life and work. Excellence is subversive. What future would you love to see? This is different from best practices - that's what everyone else is doing. What is your favourite personal vision of the future of work? We are witnessing the transformation of technology, society, and complex systems. Let's explore designing a flexible, human-centric workplace that fosters trust, mastering leadership in hybrid and remote settings. The status quo has its own risks - change is not a bad word but people adapt their worldviews only when the story of change resonates for them. Prepare to challenge assumptions, spark imagination, and take action, with trust and creativity as our guiding principles. Meet experts, leaders, and innovators sharing their expertise and stories about diverse experiences and skills necessary for the future of work. Chatting is my superpower. Let's chat. I'm your host, Nola Simon, a hybrid/remote futurist, an organizational consultant working with companies to create and implement hybrid/remote strategy that works well now but also sets the company and employees up for success in the future of work 5 or 10 years from now.

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5 Listeners

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4. 21st Century Work Life and leading remote teams

Why this podcast?

Pilar Orti has been an expert on remote working for many years and her podcast proves it. This podcast focuses on how you can lead and manage remote teams effectively, ways to collaborate online, and what it's like to work in a distributed organization. Whether she's meeting with a guest or a co-host, each episode is a valuable resource for leaders of remote teams.

Brought to you by Virtual not Distant, the 21st Century Work Life podcast looks at leading and managing remote teams, online collaboration and working in distributed organisations. Join Pilar Orti, guests & co-hosts as they shine the spotlight on the most relevant themes and news relevant to the modern knowledge worker.

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3 Listeners

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5. At Work with The Ready

Why this podcast?

While they're on a break right now, Aaron Dignan and Rodney Evans have recorded a ton of episodes that are well worth going back and listening to. Remote work is hard. Leading remote teams effectively is hard. But this podcast highlights some of the issues and experiences we have at work and what you can do to make things better.

At Work with The Ready

At Work with The Ready

Rodney Evans and Sam Spurlin

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Rodney Evans and Sam Spurlin have helped teams around the world adopt more modern ways of working and on At Work with The Ready they’re sharing the inside scoop with you, too. Whether you’re struggling with a carousel of ineffective meetings, annual strategy sessions that go nowhere, or decision-making churn that never ceases, they’ve seen it all and are here to help. In each episode, they'll break down common workplace challenges and show you the moves—both big and small—to start making real, lasting change. (Formerly “Brave New Work” with Aaron Dignan and Rodney Evans)

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