1 hr 1 min

#9 Isolated (Remote) Work Authentic Development

    • Self-Improvement

*SPECIAL EPISODE* Organisational psychologist, Kristina Pomothy, will talk about a new way of work: Isolated working. Isolated work is the work of today. For those lucky ones who didn’t lose their jobs due to the pandemic, new way of working came about: not remote work, but isolated work. We discuss what are the best practices to working from home, what the difference between remote and isolated work is (it is quite huge), how to keep our productivity and we look at the new way of working from 3 perspectives: employer, employee and self-employed. 
Kristina is an organisational psychologist focusing on environments for innovation and learning, organisational change, resilient leadership and employee wellbeing. After working and studying in San Francisco, Milan and London, she has returned to the CEE and started an independent consulting practice wanting to bring social science to the process of transforming companies. Also, In an effort to raise awareness about gender equality among young professionals, Kristina has also co-founded Trust Women, a non-profit for open dialogue about women not only for women. Her book recommendations are: ‘Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success’, ‘Dare to Lead’, ‘It Doesn’t Have to be Crazy at Work’ (find all the books at http://bit.ly/goodreadsad). 
Don’t forget this is Authentic Development where everyone can find their own way of authentic development. For more, follow me & this podcast on social media: https://www.instagram.com/natalia.kiskova/ @natalia.kiskova @authenticdevelopment

*SPECIAL EPISODE* Organisational psychologist, Kristina Pomothy, will talk about a new way of work: Isolated working. Isolated work is the work of today. For those lucky ones who didn’t lose their jobs due to the pandemic, new way of working came about: not remote work, but isolated work. We discuss what are the best practices to working from home, what the difference between remote and isolated work is (it is quite huge), how to keep our productivity and we look at the new way of working from 3 perspectives: employer, employee and self-employed. 
Kristina is an organisational psychologist focusing on environments for innovation and learning, organisational change, resilient leadership and employee wellbeing. After working and studying in San Francisco, Milan and London, she has returned to the CEE and started an independent consulting practice wanting to bring social science to the process of transforming companies. Also, In an effort to raise awareness about gender equality among young professionals, Kristina has also co-founded Trust Women, a non-profit for open dialogue about women not only for women. Her book recommendations are: ‘Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success’, ‘Dare to Lead’, ‘It Doesn’t Have to be Crazy at Work’ (find all the books at http://bit.ly/goodreadsad). 
Don’t forget this is Authentic Development where everyone can find their own way of authentic development. For more, follow me & this podcast on social media: https://www.instagram.com/natalia.kiskova/ @natalia.kiskova @authenticdevelopment

1 hr 1 min