Looking back on 2020, COVID-19 has clearly changed the way we collaborate and work. Remote work has become the new way of working, requiring both employees and leaders at all levels to acquire new skills. However, it does not seem like we will ever go back to the pre-Corona ways of working. At least not completely.
Working remotely has become the new normal; and at this point in time, we see that most people have acquired the basic skills to collaborate virtually. Many employees also enjoy the new freedom and flexibility enabled by collaborating virtually, while companies have reduced costs and hours spent on transport, and the environment has also benefited a great deal from the circumstances.
Looking into the post-Corona world, we believe that successful organisations will need to apply a solid mix of physical and virtual meetings, touchpoints and collaboration. Yet, this requires you to approach virtual collaboration as a skill that needs to be nurtured and developed – a 21st century skill.
During 2020, most organisations have become familiar with all the basic elements of hosting virtual meetings. Now the time has come to start creating more impact, energy and innovation in your virtual sessions. From our point of view, the best way to do this is by making your virtual meetings even more human-centred.
Join us for this fourth session in the Resetting organisations series where we will zoom in on virtual meetings. At the event, you will get the chance to dive into a real-life case from Novo Nordisk where a large group from the organisation was engaged during a virtual session. Furthermore, you will get insights from our recently published book about virtual facilitation on how to design and conduct impactful virtual sessions.
This short session will give you:
The event is hosted online.
A link will be sent before the webinar starts.
We are a bunch of people dedicated to working with new virtual ways of working.
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