Hello and a warm welcome to Works – a platform specifically designed for interacting with accomplished remote professionals to gain an insight into how to create and manage highly productive remote teams. With this forum, we aim to delve into their proven methodologies, techniques and viewpoints, equipping you with the necessary skills to establish and lead successful remote teams.
We are thrilled to have Tammy Bjelland as our special guest for today. Ms. Bjelland is the Founder and President of Learning in Bloom, a personalized learning solutions provider that specializes in instructional design and a task-oriented approach to develop skills and knowledge. Additionally, she is the brain behind Work placeless, a platform that helps individuals advance their careers from their preferred location and assists organizations in building thriving and engaged remote workforces.
During this edition, we had the honour of conversing with Tammy regarding the significant points to think about when switching to remote work as a professional decision instead of a preference. We talked about assessing the welfare of a dispersed organization effectively while also maintaining transparency as a leader. Moreover, we explored the range of knowledge and tools that current leaders require to maximize accessible learning prospects.