Creative Connections - Session 33
Topic: Our hybrid future: a guide to flexible, remote and online working
Date: 17 July 2020
Location of guest panelist: Kate Larsen - Kaurna (Adelaide)
Location of host: Frances Robinson - Eora, Gadigal, (Sydney)
Kate Larsen, Larsen Keys: Kate Larsen is a non-profit and cultural consultant, arts manager and writer with more than twenty years’ experience in the non-profit, government and arts sectors in Australia, Asia and the UK.
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About this episode
What skills and systems do we need to manage our work and teams remotely in ways that are effective, enjoyable and equitable? How do we hold onto the flexibility and accessibility of remote working when we transition back into hybrid on/offline workspaces?
This session hosted by Kate Larsen will unpack the tools and strategies to working effectively in remote and online environments. Kate will cover planning, communication protocols, and how to balance visibility with productivity, as well as access, digital inequality and team wellbeing. This session is designed to support healthy and sustainable on- and offline work practices for both managers and staff.
About the series
Creative Connections is an online webinar series for the cultural and arts sectors and will offer practical, accessible and useful content delivered by industry experts on key topics and emerging themes.
The series is focused around the theme of adaptation, and sessions will explore digital adaptation, leadership adaptation and arts practice adaptation. Sessions will be facilitated by experts in specific topic areas, with over thirty sessions available.
For questions about the series, please contact the Capacity Building team at email@example.com
If you need support during this challenging time, there are services available, including:
- Support Act Wellbeing Helpline: 1800 959 500
- Lifeline: 13 11 14
- Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636
Kate Larsen is a non-profit and cultural consultant, arts manager and writer with more than twenty years’ experience in the non-profit, government and arts sectors in Australia, Asia and the UK.