Remote Collaboration and Culture in People Business

Remote collaboration and culture in people business

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9. December 16:00-17:00 CET

Remote Collaboration and Culture in People Business

Business consultancy is a people business which is mainly built on trust and relationship. Shifting from in person workshops and meetings to an all-remote setting is quite a move. It is challenging in execution and offers new opportunities at the same time. Learn in this chat what you can take over (and adapt) to your business in order to being successful.

Remote collaboration is on the rise and seems to be here to stay. Not only within a company but also with outside stakeholders such as customers and other partners. 

Thus, questions arise like: What about the design, tools and engagement in workshops? What about interaction with customers? What about communication, misunderstandings and resulting conflicts? 

Join us to get first-hand insights on those and more questions from Stefan Hagen who has more than 15 years experience working as a business consultant and is recognized as thought leader in the field of physical and digital collaboration and culture.

Stefan Hagen. Foto Frederick Sams.
Stefan Hagen

Meet Stefan Hagen

Stefan is an entrepreneur and business developer – with passion. 🔥 Since 2001, Stefan has been working with his 10-person team to support demanding clients in strategic and organizational transformation projects. 🚀 🌱

Stefans mission: The functioning organization for the digital age.
Our consulting philosophy: Clouds & Dirt
Core competence: Inspiring and highly effective business development with Atlassian Software.

We use modern system theory to holistically identify and describe the patterns and, above all, the potentials in each company. This foundation helps us to find and approach the right starting points precisely, highly effectively and above all quickly. 💥

With Atlassian technology we create efficient, lean management systems. In this way, we create clear structures and processes, clear transparency and, above all, commitment in the execution of tasks. 🖥

We make good companies excellent. 👊

Your key takeaways of this chat

  • Actionable tips to improve how you engage with technology and the impact on collaboration and culture within your company
  • and with customers.
  • How to design meaningful workshops in a digital setting.

Interaction with Q & A

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The How

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16:00 - Introduction

Introduction by and of the host and today’s expert. Basic principles for the participation of the virtual event.

16:05 - Expert Intro

Our guest introduces herself / himself and will give a short impulse to todays topic.

16:10 - Q & A

Going through submitted and new questions.

16:55 - Wrap-up and closing
Condensing the answers and closing the session.
1-2 days later
You receive a wrap-up of the question and a link the recorded video. Everybody who registered will get this e-mail. The video will also be uploaded to this website.

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