Working From Home? 5 Essential Podcasts for Work at home in 2022

Podcasts are not only means of information but also tools for improving your remote worker career. We share a list of five podcasts for remote workers in 2022.
REMOTO WORKFORCE Team I Updated on - April 9, 2022
 

Excellent remote employees can create an appropriate balance between work and personal life. For example, suppose remote workers have outstanding time management skills and discipline.

In that case, they will have enough space in their calendars to enjoy leisure activities, such as spending time with family and friends, exercising, and listening to interesting podcasts.

Podcasts are not only means of entertainment and information in times of digital journalism and marketing, but they would also help you develop new skills for your career as a remote worker.

This blog post presents you with a list of five essential podcasts for remote workers in 2022.

 

WorkLife with Adam Grant

In this podcast, organizational psychologist Adam Gran will help you understand what happens in remote workers’ mindsets and how to deal with emotions and criticism in companies.

In this video, the first episode of WorkLife, which TED sponsored, Grant addresses the art and science of criticism.

 

 

Through dialogue with various guests, Grant concludes that we can never improve our professional careers without internalizing criticism.

If you plan to work as a human resources director in 2022, this podcast will be great for you.

 

Dear HBR

Dear HBR is a podcast produced by the Harvard Business Review editors to solve questions about dealing with complications in contemporary workplaces.

This podcast is hosted by Dan McGinn, senior editor of this journal and author of Psyched Up: How The Science of Mental Preparation Can Help You Succeed.

Since 2018, Dear HBR has answered questions related to boredom and disengagement, job-hopping, coaching, leadership, personal branding, and racial, inclusion, and diversity issues at the workplace.

 

The Remote Show

The Remote Show is an interview-style podcast focused on providing employees with tools and concepts to work productively from home.

In this podcast, you will find crucial points of view of entrepreneurs and business owners on how to create a remote workplace and perform tasks fitting into a digital nomad lifestyle.

In addition, the Remote Show, which is available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts, will offer you stories of remote workers like you that become successful in managing a lifestyle that merges personal and professional aspirations.

 

Digital Nomad Cafe

Digital Nomad Cafe informs you about creating a successful business online. Maybe, in your life as a remote worker, you have contemplated the possibility of creating your own online business.

In this podcast, Adam Finan has interviewed experts on how to hire virtual assistants from the Philippines, build a business that you love, and deal with remote freelance work in times of pandemic.

 

The Work from Home Show

Naresh Vissa and Adam Schroeder will teach you essential information on staying productive and protecting the balance between personal and professional life while working at home.

Moreover, they mention significant issues for remote workers, such as dealing with COVID-19, keeping an excellent spiritual life, cultivating confidence and joy despite rejections, and creating a life with purpose from home.

 

 

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