The Primal Presenter Knows When to Use Synchronous vs Asynchronous Communication [Podcast – Episode 16]

Pop quiz. Does your best work happen before checking your inbox or after your checking your inbox? We all know the correct answer.

Deep work – the type of work that happens distraction free where you aren’t dicated by the demands of others is the style of work which  truly counts. Work that we are connected to and proud of is the stuff that happens when we can concentrate and find our flow. We can think through our emotions on a topic, marinate with our thoughts, and create meaningful insights. That kind of work – the work that really matters – only happens with a clear and undistracted mind. The problem today is that our environment rarely creates this set-up for us. We have to be intentional about creating it on our own.

With that said, we are going to be discussing how working remotely provides a number of benefits and perks. Employees are provided with more autonomy and the ability to work how and when they choose. However, this freedom can also create communication habits that may not be the best for everyone.

In this episode, you will:

-Learn the difference between synchronous and asynchronous communication

-Know when to deploy the right type of communication

-Determine which communication style works best for you and your team

-Discover how to maximize each communication option


The Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Balancing Act

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