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The Working AWAy Program: Supporting organizations through Coronavirus

The Advanced Workplace Institute is launching the Working AWAy series as a four session workshop, outlining the processes and tools required for managing home working teams. AWAy, as an acronym, includes the research that the Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA), brings to the workshops. The McMorrow Reports are the exclusive agent in the United States offering access to these educational programs as part of our partnership with the Advanced Workplace Institute. Four free online interactive workshops will be offered.

Working AWAy

The first two sessions, which already occurred, covered Making the Shift to Home Working Effectively (Click link for summary notes.) and Managing the Home-Based Community. It’s OK if you missed the first two webinars. You can still register for the remaining ones.

April 9-Workshop 3: Working at Home. The AWI interactive online provides tools and tips on how to stay focused, happy and productive while working at home. Many people are comfortable working from home for a day or two a week – or for a short period to work on a specific piece of work. In our experience, the majority of people like to be in the office with their colleagues for the majority of the time. Time: 12 pm US EST.

April 16-Workshop 4: Working Online. When working away from the office, reliance upon technology increases significantly. We use technology for a whole range of different types of communication – talking to each other, seeing each other, sharing information, keeping track of workflow, knowing who’s available and when, and so on. AWI’s interactive online workshop will provide tips and tools in setting up Microsoft Teams and maximising adoption.  Time: 12 pm EST.