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Why we go remote and what’s so hard about it?

When
27 Oct 2016
Where
Budapest, Hungary
Tickets:
Free. Registration is required.
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Individuals go remote for more work–life freedom, to work in places where they are most productive, and to work on projects they care deeply about. Companies go remote when they can’t find the talent they need locally, to cut costs, and to improve worker happiness and engagement.

Technology is making the world a smaller place and opening up new possibilities for combining work and life. As these options grow, the standard 9-to-5 job becomes less and less attractive, especially to the younger generations, who generally seem to recoil at the idea of spending every day in a cubicle.

In this talk, we will discuss in greater detail what’s prompting people and companies to make the step toward going virtual – and the challenges they face when they do it. What do we get when we go remote? Is it worth it?

Specific talking points:

  • Why people and companies go remote

  • What does it mean to be “present” in the modern day workplace

  • Examples of remote teams who are doing great things

  • Secrets to successful remote working

Event specifics

Event is in English and English, all materials and handouts are in English.
Total hours 1, 1 hour(s) per day.

Lisette
Sutherland

I am a specialist in creating online collaborative communities with over 10 years experience with web-based collaboration tools and online community management. My goal is to get the best people working together regardless of location.

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