The past few months have made it clear that the future of work has arrived - perhaps sooner than expected. What began as a few weeks of working from home, has now become a catalyst for wholesale organisational change (Forbes
To help make sense of this change, we are hosting a series of panel discussions on “the new ways” that we live and work.
Last week our first panel looked new ways of working, with panelists sharing some useful insights:
- Nadine Castle shared the concept that we need to Reflect, Rebalance and Reimagine work for immediate future
- Wayne Slager talked about the importance of networks and supporting ourselves and our teams at the same time
- Dr Petrina Casey talked about the positive productivity impact that has come from Covid - and how government agencies are creating shared spaces for teams to continue to work together while working from home.
You can watch the full session here
More sessions are scheduled:
New ways of consulting
As you may know from our recent blog post
, we have responded to the changing conditions by creating TheAir.Works
, a collaborative online environment that allows users to meet, chat and work together in a single platform.
Some of the lessons that we have learned using the platform so far shows that it has become increasingly important to establish new rituals and best practices to ease the transition and maintain productivity. Our recent blog post
, explores the need for an Acknowledgement of Country, as part of the best practice for online meetings. Our next series of blog posts will also focus on similar topics, as we become more accustom to these platforms.