It was 66° and sunny yesterday where I live in Pittsburgh, PA.

And after a long winter, the last place I wanted to be was on Zoom—even though I like thinking about How to Make Virtual Engagement Easy quite a bit.

Pandemic or no pandemic, the world will always work and communicate remotely.

We know the old saying “working smarter, not harder.”

But what about communicating smarter, not harder, too?

If you watch today’s video, you’ll come away with:

  • 5 ways to improve asynchronous communication, with real life examples
  • What Parkinson’s Law is and how you can use it to your advantage
  • Creative techniques to improve your remote communication today

Speaking of better remote communication…after the video drop a comment with one of your “ahas” or takeaways from the video. I’ll be choosing people who leave comments—at random—to invite to a complimentary live coaching clinic with me focused on how to improve remote communication in your context.

Toward real connection—online and off,

CHAD LITTLEFIELD
Creator of the Connection Toolkit
Co-Founder at We and Me

PS – Love this week’s topic and want to go deeper? Check out these other 2 videos for more clever tips and best practices.

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