The Impact of Trust in Remote Working

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Anthony Hickey

Listening to our clients, we know how challenging remote work can be. In response, we want to equip our client network with an in-depth understanding of the crucial role of trust in remote working, and offer expert advice on understanding, managing, and participating in virtual teams.

On Thursday the 25th of February, we hosted an exclusive, client only workshop on the impact of Trust in remote working.

 

Lending their expertise in this session were:

 

Speakers

Colin Hughes: Head of the Graduate Business School for TU Dublin. Colin’s doctoral dissertation on building trust in remote teams places him in an excellent position to give insight on the topic. His extensive knowledge, evidence-based approach, and talent for making complex topics understandable have earned him a reputation as an expert on the role of trust in remote working.

 

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John Brennan: Managing director of ORS. A progressive and thoughtful leader, John is committed to building a Great Workplace through communication and continuous improvement. John’s academic work on remote working has informed his decision making. Practicing a hybrid working model for the last four years, John was well equipped to offer expert, practical advice.

 

The panellists discussed and gave their expertise on:

  • The difference in context between typical remote working and remote work in a pandemic
  • Productivity and performance issues in a remote setting and how to navigate them
  • Effective leadership behaviours in virtual teams and the crucial role of trust
  • Factors that will support remote working moving forward and how to determine them
  • The perils of micromanagement and alternative leadership solutions
  • Issues surrounding visibility in remote work and how to address them
  • Understanding the role of individual differences in personality in working relationships
  • The critical role of culture in facilitating remote working and how to develop it
  • Models for understanding adaptation to remote working
  • Navigating ambiguity around the topic of potential returns to on-site working
  • Determining and measuring success factors amongst remote teams
  • Generational differences in experiences and expectancies of working from home
  • Potential advantages of informal policies on remote working versus formal policies

 

When you sign up to the Great Place to Work Programme, you not only get access to our Trust Index Survey, unparalleled industry benchmarking, culture consultancy, branding expertise, and multiple opportunities for recognition. You also become a member of the Great Place to Work Community.

Being a part of that community grants you access to a network of like-minded professionals, a support network, an extensive knowledge base and a range of industry experts.
We would love for you to join us at our next exclusive event, get in touch with our team today to get started!