29 April 2020

How to replicate the "water cooler effect" when your team's working from home

There are a few ways you can try and replicate those serendipitous moments between team members that occur in the office while your team is working remotely.

16 April 2020

How to build positive "credit" with your team from afar

The 10:1 ratio can help you build up positive "credit" with your team members, whether you're working in the office or remotely, and make it easier for to deliver feedback and manage performance.

9 April 2020

How to manage the shift from in-person to remote management at your agency

It's important to be aware of the differences between face-to-face and remote interactions in order to maintain relationships and ensure your team is working well from home during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Lucy Dalglish

Lucy Dalglish

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How to replicate the "water cooler effect" when your team's working from home

Posted by Lucy Dalglish on 29 April 2020

Constant remote working is a very unusual situation and a difficult one for many to adjust to. The typical ‘how to keep motivated at home’ advice just doesn't seem to cut it, because we aren’t just working from home - we are working from home during a global pandemic. It’s okay to feel slightly less motivated. But it can be helpful to put a few things in place to maintain some sense of normalcy and help your team feel connected and engaged during this difficult time. Try and find ways to replicate those serendipitous moments that occur in the office - meeting in the kitchen, catching up with someone whilst looking through the snack drawer or saying hello as you pass in the corridor.

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How to build positive "credit" with your team from afar

Posted by Lucy Dalglish on 16 April 2020

When we’re in the office, we have great opportunities to maintain relationships with our team, from chatting about our personal lives, to being there for someone after a difficult call. Every day, being in the same place as one another helps us to deepen our relationships with our workmates. A strong relationship with your manager, leads to more trust and happier working life. It also means that when receiving difficult feedback, you're likely to take it better.

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How to manage the shift from in-person to remote management at your agency

Posted by Lucy Dalglish on 09 April 2020

We’re currently living through a surreal moment in time: we’ve shifted indoors, moved out of our offices and have very little social contact outside of our homes. The change to working from home comes with perks like spending more time with loved ones and pets. It comes with a host of challenges, too.

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