Whether you’re working from home or in an office, communication is critical to the success of your organization and its employees. Effective communication plays a key role in building strong, productive teams that work collaboratively toward a common goal.
I remember the first time I stepped into the SPOT on FacilitationTM training by Facilitators Network Singapore (FNS). I thought most would be professional facilitators who worked regularly with focus group discussions, strategic retreats, and board meetings.
I remember the time my previous organisation was planning a work-plan meeting for the next financial year.
If you’ve been working over the past 18 months, you’ve probably been in online meetings. Too many online meetings.
I remember being in a board meeting. The coffee and cake sit on the table behind us. There are bits and pieces of cake in front of the other attendees in the room. There’s lots of coffee cups in the room. This discussion has required attendees to be powered by caffeine, to have that jolt of caffeine to supercharge their brain juices.
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The world of work is changing. In the past, organizations have traditionally followed one of two work models: in-office where everyone is in the office every day, or remote, where employees work in off-site locations that are located wherever they are.
However, recent global events have forced organizations to rethink how and where they work. With recent advances in technology, many organizations are considering a hybrid work model in which employees are given the choice to work in the office, remotely, or a mixture of both.
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Hybrid is harder, but it holds the potential for increased creativity and innovation.
The rapid advent of technology in all aspects of our lives has shifted the debate of whether technology should be used in education to how it can be used to prepare our youth to become confident citizens of a modern society.
Since technology affects the health, wealth and productivity of a citizen, any form of education that does not empower the learner with the necessary skills and dispositions to thrive in a highly technology-centric world is inadequate.
Technology is a human product. It is a tool designed to aid and empower us to create, communicate and collaborate better.