The podcast is back after our short “intermission.” Thanks for being here!!
For those of us that grew up with a rotary telephone glued to the wall and no answering machine, the idea of being connected 24/7 everywhere we go still has a bit of novelty to it. I still sometimes marvel that while I walk my dog or go on errands, I’m basically carrying the world in my pocket. That convenience can lead to complacency, which can compromise our approach to conversations that happen over and through advanced technology.
Our question this episode: how can we make sure technology doesn’t interview with real connection?
About Jennifer Britton
Jennifer Britton is passionate about working with teams and organizations around leadership, teamwork and performance issues, specializing in remote work, and virtual teams. Author of Effective Virtual Conversations and four other books. She is an award-winning program designer in the areas of coaching and mentoring. Jennifer is the co-host of Remote Pathways podcast, which offers insights and information for professionals who work remotely and/or are part of virtual teams. She is also a Master Virtual Facilitator and trainer of others in virtual facilitation.