Remote working is very much a growing occurrence for UK business. However, a recent ILM study has found that organisations are failing to capitalise on the potential it offers. Findings show that there is widespread poor communication in working practices. 

Join us in this 30 minute webinar with speaker Rebecca Fitzgerald who will cover practical tips on how to improve workplace practices from someone who is running remote project teams for businesses and charities. 

 

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Managing Remote Teams

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Speakers

Rebecca Fitzgerald

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Rebecca is Managing Director of StrawberrySocial, a social media and client services company. It provides organisations with services via both on site and dispersed team methods. Rebecca formally worked within a global social media management agency for eight years, helping it grow from 30 to over 300 workers, the majority of which were based from home. She was a vital component in the setting up of processes and tools for managing both UK and global teams on client projects and putting in place good working practises for the personnel involved. 
Rebecca is a huge supporter of different ways of working, “Remote and flexible working enriches business by enabling large parts of the workforce to contribute their skills in an optimal and sustainable way.” 

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