More and more organisations are looking to make remote working an option.  It may involve working from home full time to a few days a month.  The biggest issue for colleagues working from home is collaboration and communication followed by loneliness.   This part of the blog deals with a  number of the practical elements of working from home and how you stay connected and work effectively as an individual but also a team.

How to build empathy in your virtual team.

23 June 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

Empathy is a skill that you can develop. The virtual environment deprives us of many communication avenues and skills we

How to give a brilliant online presentation

12 May 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

Multitasking during online presentations is epidemic with colleagues managing emails, responding to calls, and completin

How to manage conflict in your remote team.

13 April 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

Virtual teams can work but require more intentional effort than teams that are co-located. It is easy to underestimate

Daily Team Huddle

17 March 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

When a team is working remotely the benefits of a daily huddle are magnified. The huddle has 2 purposes. Firstly to e

How to build empathy in your virtual team.

23 June 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

Empathy is a skill that you can develop. The virtual environment deprives us of many communication avenues and skills we take for granted. As with any skill, empathy is developed through the practice of specific actions. LEarn more here.

How to give a brilliant online presentation

12 May 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

Multitasking during online presentations is epidemic with colleagues managing emails, responding to calls, and completing other work whilst watching a virtual presentation. This is why learning how to create engagement and ensure that we are connecting with our audience is so crucial.

How to manage conflict in your remote team.

13 April 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

Virtual teams can work but require more intentional effort than teams that are co-located. It is easy to underestimate the time, skill and energy required.

Daily Team Huddle

17 March 2020 | 0 Comment | Angela Mitchell

When a team is working remotely the benefits of a daily huddle are magnified. The huddle has 2 purposes. Firstly to ensure alignment around the teams goals and secondly to check in on everyone and offer help where required.

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