Remote work – Humans after all
By Chloe @ Doozy
Remote work – Humans after allOct 29, 2021
"To really self-care, you need to take yourself seriously."
Meet Marlien Ligtenberg, she coaches "workaholics" and help them be a more relaxed and secured version of themselves. Her work has become relevant to all in remote contextes in which work life balance can be especially challenging. "Do you see yourself as a serious part of your day?". This podcast will help all to get started with self-care, embedding healthy work practices today to avoid burnout tomorrow.
Get a free session with Marlien – https://www.coachmarlien.com/general-8 code: "Podcast Humans After All".
"Everyone should feel empowered to change the destiny of a company"
Mehdi Doghri is the Co-Founder & CTO at Save Your Wardrobe and a Venture Partner at Antler. He is experienced in managing teams as a product leader across corporates and startups (his own and others) for more than 13 years. Today he takes us through his latest learnings on growing a distributed team through more than 8 different locations and setting up a fantastic work culture.
"Connections & trust for remote teams, through play!"
Meet Clement Serio, CEO of Collock. Since 2015, Collock, gamification expert, has been designing digital games and escape games for companies’ needs and challenges. Turnkey or customised, they deploy and animate games for team building or HR purposes.
"Relationships are the synapses of culture"
Josh Levine is on a mission to help organisations design a culture advantage, for the benefit of employees and leaders – especially in the new context of remote working. Josh and Chloe discuss the definition of culture, how to create a meaningful one and make sure it lives throughout time and societal crises such as pandemics. Play and work, listen now! doozy.live