Working
Well
Remotely

Get your team
humming from home

With teams suddenly dispersed to their home offices, we are all faced with two big challenges:

  • Get working - everyone has the right tools and technology to do their job.
  • Get working effectively – everyone has clear expectations, people are communicating, and there's an established new normal, i.e. operating rhythm.

Most of us probably have number one sorted (that's the easy part), and now we're starting to see why number two is essential.

To help, we gathered some tools to help you and your team establish new norms/ways of working to help get your team back into a productive mode and communicating effectively.

Remote Meeting Canvas

What is the Remote Meeting Canvas used for?

To help prepare for and run productive remote meetings.

Who should download it?

Anyone who is leading a team or part of a team with members who are working remotely.

How do we use it?

We suggest you use it to plan and facilitate an upcoming meeting. If you find it useful, distribute the canvas to your team and hold a session to discuss when, how and why you'll be using it to organise and run your remote meetings.

Download the meeting canvas

Remote Team Canvas

What is the Remote Team Canvas used for?

To help you work out what things need to be in place to work together effectively and maintain workflow from remote locations. It's designed to go beyond technical capability to focus on communication, team norms, expectations, meetings and well-being.

Who should download it?

Anyone who is leading a team or part of a team with members who are working remotely.

How do we use it?

We suggest a team session to go through each section of the canvas to discuss and agree on a team approach. We also recommend checking back regularly to make sure things are still working.

Download the team canvas

Get your team
humming from home

With teams suddenly dispersed to their home offices, we are all faced with two big challenges:

  • Get working - everyone has the right tools and technology to do their job.
  • Get working effectively – everyone has clear expectations, people are communicating, and there's an established new normal, i.e. operating rhythm.

Most of us probably have number one sorted (that's the easy part), and now we're starting to see why number two is essential.

To help, we gathered some tools to help you and your team establish new norms/ways of working to help get your team back into a productive mode and communicating effectively.

Remote Meeting Canvas

What is the Remote Meeting Canvas used for?

To help prepare for and run productive remote meetings.

Who should download it?

Anyone who is leading a team or part of a team with members who are working remotely.

How do we use it?

We suggest you use it to plan and facilitate an upcoming meeting. If you find it useful, distribute the canvas to your team and hold a session to discuss when, how and why you'll be using it to organise and run your remote meetings.

Download the meeting canvas

Remote Team Canvas

What is the Remote Team Canvas used for?

To help you work out what things need to be in place to work together effectively and maintain workflow from remote locations. It's designed to go beyond technical capability to focus on communication, team norms, expectations, meetings and well-being.

Who should download it?

Anyone who is leading a team or part of a team with members who are working remotely.

How do we use it?

We suggest a team session to go through each section of the canvas to discuss and agree on a team approach. We also recommend checking back regularly to make sure things are still working.

Download the team canvas