Agile Coaching: How to improve team communication during remote working

15th July 2020 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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A participative session to explore ways teams can help each other get the most from online meetings when remote working.

Shirley recently received her doctorate in coaching and mentoring from Oxford Brookes University. She was a project manager in software development at IBM until 2005 and now runs a small coaching practice. She aims to support people to develop essential soft skills. She volunteers with PMI UK in the mentoring team, is a mentor coach with The Coaching Academy and supports the Responsible Project Management initiative. Her clients tend to be busy people who juggle many projects: they are often coaches or freelancers who find time-effective support through collaborative group work.

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15th July 2020
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12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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