Date: 11 March 2021
💡 Have you ever gotten an email that knocked you out for few minutes, keeping you wondering, who of your colleagues is an alien? Has a one sentence WhatsApp message from your boss raised your heart rate to dangerous levels? If yes, this webinar is for you. Working from home in times of Covid19 means less face to face problem solving and more misunderstandings over emails and text messages.
➡ This webinar helps you tackle digital communication: angry emails, arguments through chat messages, and unclear and confusing messages from your colleagues or – even worse – from your boss. In the webinar, we will discuss the rules and good practice of healthy and clear remote communication. We will inspire the effectiveness of your own connection with team members and supervisors.
😉 This webinar is for anyone working in an MFI, who needs to replace face to face communication with video calls, phone calls, emails and text messages.
7:42 –> Triggers for problems in digital communication
22:45 –> How to react when you read a message, that makes you stressed?
30:05 –> How to react when you sence a conflict?
35:45 –> 5 levels of conflict
46:57 –> How to communicate well?
writer, speaker and coach
Michał Parkoła is a writer, speaker and coach in the field of remote leadership and collaboration. He is the founder of Fluid Circle where he helps leaders grow and teams thrive. He has a decade of experience in agile work and building digital competencies in software houses, large corporations and consulting companies.
About the Leaders in Digital Era series
The idea was developed based on lessons learnt from the Digital Literacy Bootcamp devoted to digital transformation in microfinance.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic boosted the fact that more and more employees work remotely. They have been suddenly forced to deal with work challenges in a time of volatility, anxiety, fast changing circumstances and many uncontrolled risks. Thus, the leaders manage people that live in a VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous). They manage virtual teams that often consist of three generations (X, Y, Z) with varying skills and attitudes.
This requires leaders to make sure they improve skills like emotional intelligence, managing generational differences, and building an organizational culture that embraces fast changing consumers’ preferences and fashion, driven by accelerating technology.
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