At one time, many of us did not lock our doors. Trust was part of the community. Now, if you live in a city, you have locks and possibly a security system. As a remote worker, what do you define as your cyberhome? What valuables do you keep in your cyberhome? How do you secure the windows and doors in your cyberhome? Is the location of the cyberhome itself valuable? Let’s walk through your cyberhome and check your locks together as remote workers.
With over two decades of experience in agile principles and practices, Mark Kilby boldly coaches where others feel it’s impossible. His years of experience leading, training, and mentoring remote, hybrid-remote and distributed agile teams is captured in his book co-authored with Johanna Rothman, From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams. Mark also co-founded a number of professional learning organizations to build sustainable, collaborative learning communities. You can learn more about Mark’s remote agile coaching and his online community work at https://markkilby.com.
About the Session
- Call from a quiet place.
- Have a stable broadband internet connection. Optimum bandwidth, i.e. internet speed on your side will be at least 10 Mbps download / upload. You can measure it using speedtest.net.
- Use a headset.
- Turn your video camera on.
- To optimise your set-up, follow these suggestions on how to have a great video conferencing setup.
The session will be held in the video meeting app Zoom which you can download in advance from this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89483087541
This zoom meeting will be recorded for internal use: the recording will be shared with participants of the meeting, as well as the small group of past Remote Sessions speakers. If you do not consent to the recording being shared, please let us know and we will ensure that you are not included on the final file.