The psychology of collaboration

How has the move to leading virtual teams affected our attitude to collaboration and why is it so important? 
Collaboration is an effective, group problem-solving process of which trust is a major prerequisite, but how has the Covid-19 crisis reshaped the trust between teams, networks, coalitions and partnerships.
Join Maria Katsarou-Makin to discover how successful collaboration can determine the investment and engagement in our organisation, and ultimately its success



Maria Katsarou-Makin (Leadership Psychology Institute)

Maria Katsarou-Makin (Leadership Psychology Institute)

Founder, Leadership Psychology Institute

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