How to start conversations about climate change

We are at an incredibly important juncture as a global community. The magnitude of the challenge facing us, namely to decarbonise the global economy fast enough to avert a global climate...

The mitigation and adaptation conversation

The mitigation and adaptation conversation

Mitigation & Adaptation is going to a conversation every business will have to have in the face as the climate crisis evolves. There is no escaping this, if future of work preparedness is of...

Getting your head around asynchronous working

Getting your head around asynchronous working

In our trainings, when we get to the part about what asynchronous work is and what it looks like in practice, we then share something like this, Comment source There are then often a lot of deep...

Us (in the room) vs Them (on the screen)

Us (in the room) vs Them (on the screen)

If you ask the people on screen how they feel about this meeting you will almost to the man/woman hear that they feel separate from those in the room. It is extremely difficult to feel part of those...

Beware of communication fragmentation!

Beware of communication fragmentation!

I can literally write a book about this! Now no one digital communication tool is perfect, so don’t look for that, rather settle on something that ticks most boxes. If you don’t insist on a single...

Work-from-anywhere prerequisite

Work-from-anywhere prerequisite

A team must possess the skill to communicate and collaborate at distance as effectively as if they were sitting around a table in-person. It must be that seamless. This skill is often referred to as...

Why employees want “hybrid working”

Why employees want “hybrid working”

As can be seen from above, 64% of employees surveyed want to spend between 1 and 4 days “at the office.” There are a number of reasons for this, but primarily it boils down to this: 1) At home time...

Siloed internal communication

Siloed internal communication

Despite being a year into remote work for many, I still hear this when talking to teams. ME: So how do you stay in contact with your team? THEM: Mostly by email… (siloed communication) ME: What else...

Most companies stuck in synchronous remote work

Most companies stuck in synchronous remote work

This new data from Microsoft shows most companies new to remote work are stuck in “Synchronous Remote Work” or at Level 2 of the 5-Level remote work maturity model. Most are trying to: Ctrl + C...