Homeworking and Communication Style with TTI SuccessPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 6 May 2020
Many of us have been working from home for a number of weeks. We’ve been faced with data protection issues, distraction issues, connection issues, what to wear issues – lots of issues. And lots of video calls. So many video calls. But one thing we probably haven’t considered in depth is how we, as managers, communicate with others – do we have the right communication style required for homeworking? Should we change anything? Are we really effective? Can we – should we – get more effort out of ourselves and others who are also homeworking? Are we happy with our colleagues’ communication styles? What could we do to reduce any communication friction?
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