Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality

A lunchtime talk by Coreene Archer and David Drabble.

When we work remotely it can become even more difficult to understand/relate to others. The thoughts and actions of individuals in our teams can be harder to understand at a distance and forming groups is a greater challenge. When our understanding of others is low, it creates a situation of uncertainty and emotions such as anxiety often spread. Understanding the dynamics and emotional worlds of clients and colleagues is a challenge exacerbated in virtual teams.

An often ignored factor in remote working is technology. When people use communications technologies the tool often becomes taken for granted yet a communications medium exerts a strong influence on how people interact. In this lunchtime talk, we will explore ways to benefit from working virtually and if the dynamics can be positively harnessed.

Recording of the talk

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