‘Finding Your Campfire’
In March 2020, Julian Stodd curated a series of three webinars aimed at newly remote teams, which drew upon his wider work around Social Leadership, Community Building, Storytelling, and Trust.
If you are interested in running this as a tailored webinar series in your own organisation, drop us an email at email@example.com.
The original webinar series is also available as a set of 3 x 1-hour recordings – ‘Finding Your Campfire: a Webinar Series for Newly Remote Teams’ – follow the link to access the full set.
Julian and the Sea Salt Learning Crew hope that in some small way this series will help those making the transition to remote work a little more smooth.
From April 2020, based on this series, Julian is launching ‘Finding Your Campfire: A Virtual Workshop for Newly Formed Teams’ aimed at teams and organisations making the transition to remote. For details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finding your Campfire: the Remote Working Survival Guide
Julian has written a Guidebook to compliment this set of tools for remote working.
This is one of a series of Guidebooks by Julian that are freely available. You can find the full series on the Books listing page.
Webinar Series: On-Demand
Catch up on the 3-part webinar series now. Each webinar is an hour long and is available to stream/download for free.
This short trailer (below) gives an overview of the first webinar. Watch all 3 trailers on YouTube now.
To access the full 3-hour series, complete this form and check your email for access details.
1-Day Virtual Workshop
Finding Your Campfire: A Virtual Workshop for Remote Teams
Format: An online, interactive workshop
Duration: 1 day (30 April 2020)
Who should attend? Leaders, teams and individuals working remotely.
What will you take away?
- an understanding of how to create spaces, for yourself and your teams
- an exploration of what builds and erodes trust when working apart
- conditions to help your communities thrive online
- skills to create a sense of belonging amongst your team
- an appreciation for what money can’t buy and how teams trade on social currencies.