Managing a Remote Work Environment

Working remotely is a relatively new working style that has been gaining popularity in recent years. In this video, I will cover 3 potential risks that business owners and managers should consider when deploying a remote working environment.

I will also share 4 points that you can refer to when designing your remote business environment.

I'm Adding More Content!

Thank you so much for the feedback that you have shared with me for the above video. This has really inspired me to continue creating more content on the topic of Managing a Remote Work Environment. It’s still largely a work-in-progress, but these are the topics that I’ve written down on my notepad to record next.

  1. What is remote work?
  2. What are the potential pitfalls?
  1. Employee Demographics
  2. Timing
  3. Change in Management Style
  1. Employee Training
  2. Building Employee Relationships
  3. Team Meetings
  4. Software for Employee Management
  1. Allocating Work
  2. Track Progress
  3. Reporting Lines
  4. Performance Management
  5. Software for Project Management
  1. Communicating Effectively
  2. Dealing with Conflict
  3. Employee Motivation
  4. Software for Communication
  1. Google Drive
  2. Factorial
  3. Zoom
  4. Asana
  5. Hubspot
  6. Slack

Let's Connect!

If there are any topics that you’d like me to make a video on that I have not listed below, connect with me using this and I’ll see if I can add it to the syllabus! 

Your message will be sent to my personal Slack account, and I’ll reply via email. Usually within the same day (my timezone is GMT +8).

About Felix

In my last 10+ years as an entrepreneur in the digital marketing and events space, I have come across so many great ideas shared by trainers, online courses, offline classes, and everywhere else on the internet. I noticed that a stage before “Getting Started” is consistently missing. 

The stage that helps you put a plan together. The step that points you in the right direction. Imagine investing all your time, energy, and money into a new venture or project, and pushing forward (or as Reid Hoffman calls it, Blitzscaling) in the wrong direction. That would really suck, wouldn’t it?

At Get Out! Events, I’m responsible for providing practical solutions to meet our clients’ event goals. My multi-disciplinary consulting background gives my clients the confidence they need when working with me on their next big event!

When I’m not working on a highly customised event proposal for clients or coming up with a new event concept, I spend my time developing new event programmes and building relationships with our industry partners. Weekends are also almost exclusively reserved for family time with the kids at home.

Here’s the most accurate personality report I’ve ever seen on myself

Here’s my LinkedIn profile

Tweet me!

Share This Post

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on email

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Get updates and learn from the best

More To Explore


Words That Work

What is the ultimate objective of an executive summary? In this clip of X Culture, Felix shares three main questions on what he feels an executive summary should answer.