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Virtual Teams work a headache? Three webinars will develop best practice – and innovation

ShareGate has tweeted out an invite to three free Teams Thursday New England webinars on managing virtual projects during the coronavirus outbreak – starting 26 March, at midday EDT.

The focus is on how to stay productive when you can’t just walk down the hall to talk to your co-workers or schedule an impromptu meeting in the conference room, according to the webinar organisers at Teams Thursday New England.

“We’ll also talk about how to recreate some of that spontaneity, even fostering appropriate, inclusive conversations up and down the hierarchy.”

The free webinars, happening in place of the group’s usual events, will focus on collaboration and innovation in virtual teams and projects during the coronavirus crisis (and beyond). Tickets via EventBrite.

Another on managing virtual projects (including an angle on salvaging conferences) is scheduled for 6 April, with a third on virtual brainstorming and innovation on 16 April.

“Join our team of remote work experts for a series of webinars to discuss ways to succeed given so many unknowns. The format is a small panel of veteran ‘virtual maniacs’ who will share some perspectives, and you can contribute your own tips and questions.

“We also will compile all our Teams Thursday New England VirtualMania insights into a compendium for all to share,” the organisers write.

Click here for the full series (subject to change).

Separately, ShareGate has contributed some tips on collaborating in a virtual environment with guest access securely using Microsoft Teams on its most recent blog.

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