New virtual ways of working

Supporting human engagement and involvement virtually

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Henrik Horn Andersen
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Our workplaces – and our work habits – need to become more digital. The global pandemic has only reinforced the demand to learn how to collaborate and connect more virtually. But the focus on more virtual ways of working does not equal less focus on human beings. Actually, it’s the opposite. To engage and involve people in virtual settings, there needs to be even greater human focus.

We all know it. Economic, ecologic and even health reasons have combined to increase the need to be able to shift seamlessly between working on-site and off-site. But working virtually is an acquired skill. A very 21st century one.

Unleashing human potential in virtual settings

At its core, facilitation is about helping a group of people perform better. This also applies in a virtual setting. But analogue facilitation skills need to be tweaked and your tools tailored to fit the digital stage.
So, how do you maximise human contribution in virtual settings, like a virtual meeting?

We can help you bring to life the brilliance of your people and raise the quality of your virtual sessions. We do this not just by addressing the technical issues of virtual facilitation but by applying our extensive behavioural experience, so you can get the best out of your people and the technical possibilities in front of you.

This enables you to create a productive and engaging meeting culture in your organisation and empowers you to take full advantage of the virtual space in your ongoing collaborations. In essence, it’s about putting humans right at the very centre of the digital world.

Let’s create organisations that are fit for humans – and fit for the future – even when virtual

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