Collaborate and Communicate To Get Results

Posted in : Coaching in the Moment on 3 March 2021
Karl O'Connor
OCN Coaching Champions Ltd
Issues covered: Coaching; Collaborating; Communicating; Problem Solving

Another work day dawns and our work location for the majority of us is our kitchen table, bedroom or if you are fortunate, a quiet room away from the children. Many of us miss face to face contact with our colleagues, the office water cooler chats, unplanned brainstorming and ‘in the moment’ huddles.

The good news is that most of us have adapted reasonably well to our new virtual ways of working but the question remains: what can we do to communicate and collaborate even better in our new virtual reality?

Coaching in the Moment

The Challenge

How do you work effectively together in a virtual world?

The Solution

Focus on collaboration and communication more when managing and

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Karl O'Connor
OCN Coaching Champions Ltd

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