Positioning himself as an “arms dealer for the creative revolution,” Todd Henry teaches leaders and organizations how to establish practices that lead to everyday brilliance. He is the author of five books (The Accidental Creative, Die Empty, Louder Than Words, Herding Tigers, The Motivation Code, and Daily Creative) which have been translated into more than a dozen languages, and he speaks and consults across dozens of industries on creativity, leadership, and passion for work.
With more than 15 million downloads, his podcast The Accidental Creative offers weekly tips for how to stay prolific, brilliant, and healthy.
Todd’s book Die Empty was named by Amazon.com as one of the best books of 2013. His latest book, Daily Creative, offers daily sparks of inspiration and practical advice for creative pros.
Company culture is part of every employee’s experience whether they work remotely or in an office. But the remote and in-office playing fields aren’t the same, and leaders have to know the difference. With no opportunity to physically absorb remote office culture — one perk of the in-person setup — remote leaders must provide their people with new avenues to build trust with their managers and teams as well as opportunities to prove themselves to stakeholders.
In this episode of Real Creative Leadership, author and advisor Todd Henry shares what it takes to lead a remote team, including a level of stamina, creativity, and commitment that goes beyond a basic policy of keeping cameras on.
Join now to learn more about what to consider for an environment where remote creatives can thrive.
In episode you’ll discover:
- The difference between corrective and coaching conversations
- Which virtual practices can violate trust
- How stability and challenge work as foundations of company culture
- Why leaders must distinguish between outcomes and effort