Leading and collaborating using digital tools – online

11 June @ 10:15 am - 11:30 am, Online

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Adopt the right technology to continue to deliver work and collaborate across your business regardless of where you are.

About this Event

By using the right technology, a business can be run from almost anywhere, whether that be communicating with colleagues/employees, collaborating and delivering work or creating that team feeling across large distances. In this session, you will learn:

• The value of remote working and the tools available

• The core functionality of a digital collaboration tools

• How to collaborate and communicate to work together using online tools

• Various ways new ways teams can be led remotely

• How a leader can communicate with their team to keep up team spirit

This will be an interactive online trainer led session where you will have the opportunity to chat to other attendees and ask questions throughout.

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