PrimeFocus™ Mini-Assessment: Complete the Self-Assessment
Change-Readiness Indicator: Complete the Assessment
Author: Simon Tarver
Warning: the opinions presented in this article are not supported by scientific evidence. It is simply the musings and observations of a lifelong ‘virtual' learner and facilitator (now if I can just find the reaction icon for ‘winking face’).
One outcome of the virtual world we’ve all been immersed in over the last 2 years is that many of us are social animals. We still want to have some psychological connection with the people on the other end of the call or the other side of the screen.
Like it or not, maybe you’ve surprised yourself with how you’ve adapted; we have all become quicker, more comfortable and confident with online meetings and training. There were times when some behaviors or activities were just not acceptable, and our online behavior's psychology was being questioned and challenged.
Here are just some of the rules, behaviors, fun things and myths that I’ve collected over the last 2 years of hybrid/remote/virtual working, and anything else between:
Simon Tarver is Director of ICT at Primeast, Senior Consultant and Client Partner. He possesses a broad range of experience in the design, delivery, management of personal and team development training, assessment programmes in the commercial, public and charity sectors. He has a proven track record in effectively managing and delivering innovative and challenging development initiatives to a range of clients from all sectors of industry.
Simon has a strong set of values that are based on helping people realise their full potential. His particular specialist area is the development of high performance teams with the leaders to lead through change.
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