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There's a lot of extra context needed in async comms, including clear communication of trust, expectations, and deliverables. Here's an example from my talk on remote/async work to highlight the difference. It looks like a lot, but it pays back in saved time and stress quickly.
Post detailsSufficient communication in remote/async environments often feels like over communication. But in the absence of being “seen”, people perceive their requests disappearing into the ether, not knowing if they’re being worked on. Communicating frequently helps ease those concerns.
Stephanie Morillo (@radiomorillo)Fri, 02 Jul 2021 15:45 +0000
Joe Nash (@jna_sh)Fri, 02 Jul 2021 19:16 +0000
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