Planning for COVID-19

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Planning for COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of us, the changes and impacts will continue for some time. It’s during times like this when you need you remember that you are part of a community of best practice, so don’t be alone. The Forum is your friendly, safe environment for sharing ideas, top tips and pitfalls to avoid. In this time of uncertainty its important that we collaborate and work together, bringing together ideas and use this time as an opportunity to learn and continue to raise standards. 

 We have designed three short series of learning academy modules, along with a top-tips & pitfalls to avoid for homeworking webinar and then a virtual networking group to help you. Phil Anderson has written an article about some of the considerations you might need to make. 

To view series 1 and 2 you need to log in to the website. Click on My Account at the top right to register or log in. 

The power of effective communication

Published on 08 May 2024

The power of effective communication

Why do some people, teams and organisations continually struggle with communication? Yet, many global organisations excel in cross-functional collaboration and engagement?

If a global 24-hour, 365-day a year organisation with offices in different continents, separated by time-zones can collaborate effectively, then we all should be able to. Unfortunately, we still hear of organisations mandating time in the office, in-person meetings and training, along with excuses that limit their ability to be truly hybrid.

In the digital age, effective communication and engagement within the workplace are crucial. This article explores strategies for enhancing virtual communication, debates the nuances of remote collaboration, and addresses common challenges faced by teams in digital environments.

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This article was first published in the 2024 Best Practice Guide - Shaping the Future

To download a full digital copy of the Best Practice Guide, click here.

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