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Time should not define decision making power! Remote collaboration and asynchronous communication rely on accessible communication. “Accessible” means that all those who need to participate in the conversation should have the opportunity to share their views. In synchronous settings, many of these quick updates are done in person when someone is visibly accessible. This includes in-person meetings or conference calls. In a remote setting, it’s difficult to assess when a quick call is an interruption, and group calls require even more coordination. Hence, writing becomes essential, and so does writing well. Ask the right questions, provide the right information via the right channel – and make sure that colleagues know what’s expected.

Project steps

Introductory call & calendar organization
25-min scoping call to understand YOUR pain points and set a date for the live part of the training.
Pain point questionnaire
You'll receive a questionnaire to distribute to your leadership team, or your entire team, to figure out how everyone is living the current communication setup.
Customized training call and materials
You'll receive training material via video, audio, and written materials created and selected specifically for you and your situation. Your team has time to go through this material at their own pace. They will get specific questions to prepare for the sessions and can submit their own questions either in writing or bring them to the call.
Live Q&A call with recording
We are going to answer your questions and the examples you worked on in preparation for the call. Participants don't have to be on the live call, they can also submit their questions and reflections in writing, since you will get a recording. Voilá, you've just had your first meeting with prep and asynchronous option.


30-min optional prep call (can be done via email when time zones don't help), time for participants to prepare (1-2 hours), 90-min Q&A call.

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