Remote Working Tip #4

19 March 2020

Communication in the workplace is like sun on a beach holiday – the more you get, the better it is!

Remote working will require more intentional and deliberate effort to keep lines of communication open, always. As your people adapt to working remotely, the need and desire to stay in touch, check-in on progress, receive updates, test their ideas and most importantly stay connected to their workmates will only increase the need to focus on effective communication. Tip number four looks at communicating remotely.

#communication #changemanagement #crisiscommunications #remotework #workingremotely #remoteworking #stayconnected #RWT4

Maree Gardner

Maree has a reputation for distinguishing fad from fact and her ‘no nonsense’ and authentic operating style means she works well with a range of people at all levels across a variety of industries. Energetic and passionate about collaborating with clients while contributing to the achievement of commercial outcomes, Maree partners with companies to grow and improve through people.

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