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New tools to navigate digital collaboration

As face-to-face and remote working combine, leaders need to increase productivity and engagement while reducing risk.

Join us online for a collaborative conversation for leaders and teams facing the new world of work.

In this 45-minute webinar, we’ll explore the challenge of combining digital and face-to-face collaboration. We’ll also share practical tools to help leaders make better decisions to create and deliver a new modern workday.

Research shows that the use of digital collaboration platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Workplace from Facebook and Slack has doubled. And, the number of self-lead teams inside organisations has increased by almost 50%.

Many organisations are concerned about disconnected teams, and according to HR Executive, 69% of employees say Covid is proving to be the most stressful time of their entire professional career.

Work is no longer defined by workplace. Work is defined by workday.
A modern workday is about people, enhanced by technology.
A new modern workday is when we proactively create and plan a new future of work.
There are no rules to follow…yet!

Hargraves Institute, with our partners Innosis, have produced the Remote Teams and Teamworking Playbook to help teams navigate digital and remote working.

Are you asking about?

  • What does best practice digital collaboration look like?
  • How to blend digital and analogue collaboration to achieve the best of both worlds?
  • How to ensure your teams thrive when the world of work is continually changing?
  • How to improve productivity and engagement across diverse teams?

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Develop and deliver an action plan to achieve better digital collaboration.
  • Balance active and passive collaboration within and between teams.
  • Undertake a digital collaboration touchpoint analysis.
  • Leverage the collaboration maturity model to move from communication and coordination to cooperation, collaboration and co-creation.

What makes this event different?

As we navigate the challenges of remote working, what’s missing are the deep conversations and connections we make through face-to-face networking, meetings and events.

Based on our successful Collaborative Circle format, Hargraves Conversations allow you to connect and engage with experts and peers to explore topics that are important to you. Participants have the opportunity to ask and share within a facilitated framework that includes relevant research, proven practice and collaborative coaching. At the same time, the small group format promotes genuine conversation, which is often lacking in online events.

  • Explore current trends, data and research.
  • Share your thoughts and experience.
  • Discover what your peers are doing – what worked, what didn’t, and what they’d do differently in hindsight.
  • Brainstorm ideas for your unique situation.
  • Connect with peers outside your normal day-to-day.

We limit participation to a maximum of 8 guests to provide a trusted environment and allow genuine and open discussion.  

Our facilitator, Allan Ryan, will be joined by guest presenter Alister Webb, co-author of the Designing Collaboration Series.

(Registrations are coordinated to ensure the suitability of participants and no competing organisations, as per our Charter and event T&C’s.)

Based on our successful Collaborative Circle format, Collaborative Conversations are:

Fast

Everyone contributes, often simultaneously. Outputs are available immediately.

Connected

Expand your network and connect with your peers from across our community. 

Outcome focused

Collaborative events which are transparent, lead to action and focus on real outcomes.

Engaging

Improve learning, explore ideas and encourage a sense of shared purpose.

Diverse

Perspectives and mindsets. Everyone is heard.

Effective

Delivered using your existing digital collaboration tools and platforms to reduce both time and cost.

  • New tools to navigate digital collaboration
    12 August  2020
    9:45 am AEST - 10:30 am AEST
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