best tools for teams working virtually

What are the best tools for teams working virtually

For teams working virtually, there’s a seemingly endless array of digital tools and apps at their fingertips. They all claim to be the best at organising, simplifying and supporting our virtual team get-togethers, but which ones are truly the best? How do you know which virtual team connection tool is going to give you the …

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team activities

Team activities to finish the year strong

In a year of extraordinary change, we’ve found strength and learned a decade’s worth of lessons. At least, that’s what happened for us in our organisation. If you’re keen to finish this year strong with your team, as we know you are, you’ve come to the right place. There’s no way we can trudge our …

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workplace trends 2021

Workplace trends set to dominate 2021

Change is constant; although this year it seems to have come lightning fast. Across all areas; workplaces, societies and economies, there’s been a great deal of change throughout 2020. But as we look towards the future we’re mindful that there’s plenty more where this came from.  Today we’re going to take some time out to …

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mastering virtual teams

A guide to mastering virtual teams

It’s undeniable that remote working and virtual teams have become increasingly popular across the world in recent months. In fact, one of the main pursuits of many organisations has become mastering virtual teams and improving their overall approach to virtual work.  With remote working policies getting a complete makeover and home office supplies selling like …

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life styles inventory

LSI Life Styles Inventory VS A Values Inventory – Which Is Better?

In the professional development world there are plenty of tools that have been developed to support in-depth analysis of an individual’s abilities and preferences. For those in the leadership development space specifically, you may have come across the LSI or Life Styles Inventory or the AVI or A Values Inventory assessment. Both of these inventories …

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team structure definitions

The team structure definitions you need to know

The world of work has recently gone through a fast-paced evolution that’s brought to light a lot of new terminology and options for team structures almost overnight.  With many organisations moving to distributed team structures due to the coronavirus pandemic and ongoing outbreaks, looking towards the future we have a choice on our hands. Will …

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virtual learning masterclasses

8 reasons to consider virtual learning masterclasses

Virtual learning has certainly picked up in popularity over the last six months, and it’s not going away anytime soon. In fact, today we’re going to explore a type of virtual learning that you may not have yet considered, but one that’ll make a big difference to your people. Read on to find out why …

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michael henderson

Michael Henderson Interview | Brave cultures face fears

Michael Henderson has worked with hundreds of organisations as a corporate anthropologist – exploring the cultures of workplaces. He has seen time and time again, that with the right approach to culture and with a passionate and capable leadership team, organisation’s cultures can be ignited to deliver outrageous levels of performance, and deep and meaningful …

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james clear interview

James Clear Interview | Master the art of showing up

James Clear’s writing career all started with a blog post that he committed to writing twice a week, which lead to over 400,000 subscribers, which then lead in 2018 to the publication of an International best-selling book, Atomic Habits. That’s quite the story, and it’s a great example of the power of showing up in …

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hybrid teams

Hybrid teams | Everything you need to know

Hybrid teams are set to become the next big trend in workplace structure. After years of flexible working practices increasing in popularity across the world, organisations are beginning to embrace the benefits of this non-traditional approach with open arms. For the organisations who need to retain an office or ‘home base’, creating hybrid teams is …

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