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Monthly News, October 2022

Welcome to my first autumn news of the year. At the start of the new academic year, I am preparing for the launch of Leading Virtual Teams, which is due to be published next month. After 18 months of sharing my work on the book as a work in progress, I am really excited to share the final Open Access publication with you all. The digital version will be free to read and download and also look out for upcoming blog posts and also the return of the remote working show. 

Last year, the first season of the show was broadcast on DS106 Radio and the recordings were shared on my website. For this season I am trying out a new podcast format which will make the show easier to access live and as a recording, too. 
Coaching this autumnThere are still two spaces remaining in my autumn coaching schedule. I offer 1-to-1 coaching for individuals, usually for six online sessions. Get in touch with me if you’d like to explore how coaching with me might work for you. 

For existing clients who feel like you are just getting started or want to continue our work together I offer a discounted package of six sessions for £210 which includes six one hour sessions, a coaching plan, resources and regular check-ins. 

Although I currently have no slots for new pro-bono clients, I do have a wait-list for new pro-bono clients looking to start coaching with me in 2023. Get in touch to join the wait-list

This month Hacks for Hybrid Working, a new flex course from Reclaim Hosting, gets underway, and I am excited to work with the team to draw out some of the insights from Leading Virtual Teams for this 4 week course. Each week features ideas to try out, prompts to reflect on and resources with a host of community voices.
Resources and blog postsYou can find free coaching resources via my website and this time I have two new posts to share: 
Small celebrations: I embarked on a month of celebrating small daily wins to combat a sense of always striving for the next goal;
Creating space in a packed schedule: a post and resources exploring strategies to pair habits in order to create space or find focus.