In this episode with Tyler Sellhorn, we talked about the following:
- Listening closely to the learner and centering the understanding of the learner centrally.
- Teaching is about what you are hoping to accomplish and solving from that backward.
- As leaders to be invitational.
- Express power to others instead of over others.
- We want to see them grow inside and outside their role and company.
- One of the first remote workers were naval captains.
- There is no substitute for connection.
- We had over-optimized for office work.
- Bringing mentorship and apprentices back to work.
- Intentional togetherness – Annie Dean at Atlassian.
- Unconditional positive regard – Carl Rogers
- For leaders, imagine yourself as a helper, as a coach.
- Invitational leadership.
Once, Tyler was a technology-oriented teacher; now, he’s a teaching-oriented technologist. Tyler is an advocate for remote-first workplaces broadly including serving as the host of “The Remote Show” podcast from We Work Remotely. At his core, he’s an enthusiastic, empathetic educator with a passion for leveraging technology to help others become their best selves.
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