The traditional workplace environment has changed over the past several months, from teams working in the same physical setting to working in virtual teams, which requires working across boundaries of time, space and culture. Work as we know it is evolving into more of a collaborative, virtual and team-based approach. This new paradigm of working certainly presents challenges but also brings many opportunities. This 90-minute webinar will provide remote workers with the knowledge and skills to manage their remote working situation and to learn strategies in communicating virtually to both build professional relationships and to maximise performance.
Participants will gain practical tips on how to work as part of a remote team and how to be flexible in communication styles depending who you are communicating with.
This webinar has been specially organised for members by Chambers Ireland and will be run by Peninsula.
Earlier this year, the government launched ?Making Remote Work?, the country?s new National Remote Work Strategy. As part of the strategy, the Government has committed to introducing new legislation which will give employees a legal right to request remote working. As this may require certain employment documentation to be updated, it?s best to review your paperwork as soon as possible.
In today?s business environment, people are expected to achieve more than ever before. Staying competitive means continually higher performance. This means that we must be intentional about how to manage our time and our energy. There seems to be a common understanding that we have to choose between the two ? time and energy. What if, instead of choosing one over another you
Cork Chamber has teamed up with SHEP Earth Aware, Green Spaces for Health, Cork Healthy Cities and the Environmental Research Institute, UCC for this informative webinar on making Cork a greener city! This session will outline the status quo with regard to biodiversity in Cork City ? both the current state of it and also the possibility of creating spaces within the city for biodiversity niches. The sepakers will outline realistic measures needed in order to make it more feasible, whether there are examples in other cities of where this has been successfuland refer to the research areas they are currently progressing.