Course detail: Leadership Live One-Day Workshop: How to Maintain Culture in a Remote Enterprise
Tele-working is great for many people; it's flexible, convenient, and usually results in higher levels of productivity. However, it can be harmful to workplace communication and relationships because of its isolation and focus on tasks instead of on people.
In this workshop, we cover 10 easy techniques that are designed to enhance workplace communication and relationships, even if your team only sees each other face-to-face a few times a year.
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