Collaboration makes us better.
A guide to a positive and constructive career in the digital world.
It’s all about communication and tools!
Those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.
Collaboration has been the most challenging path for me. Learning and growing as a collaborator.
Discovering people’s characters and differences, dealing with communication issues and expectations.
Freshly graduated, I was not prepared for what was coming.
I did have some experience of group work at school, but… this is so not comparable.
In a company, there are so many more factors which will impact the collaboration and relationships between people.
Let’s face it; this is the first time in your life you have to collaborate and spend 8 hours per day with people you didn’t choose.
It has been a rough learning curve. I find collaboration and communication fascinating. I want to change your mind about collaboration and its potential, not only professionally, but also for you on a personal level.
In 2020, it’s time we dropped the idea that there is ‘you at work’, and there is a ‘you at home’. You likely spend more time at work than at home, and I’m sure you spend more time with your co-workers than with your close friends.
I’m convinced having good working habits can reflect at home in your personal life, and vice-versa. So why don’t we start developing these good habits right now and explore together how collaboration and tools can help you to grow as a manager, a friend and a partner?
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