Podcast 73 - Collaboration at Work

There's little argument that collaboration at work improves results. But how do you create a collaborative atmosphere, what are the barriers, and what are the essential ingredients to make it work?

Written by GoodPractice
Published 28 November 2017
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Podcast 73 - Collaboration at Work

This week, Adele Weaver joins Justin and Owen to discuss the secrets of great collaboratio

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The article Adele refers to in the show is here:https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/nov/16/working-four-day-week-hours-labour

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GoodPractice

GoodPractice

Since 2000, GoodPractice has been creating award-winning and inspiring learning and performance resources that are proven to work time and again.

In June 2015, we were delighted to welcome their expertise into the Emerald family. And help us grow our content and meet the needs of learners and learning professionals worldwide.

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