In de afgelopen weken zijn een twintigtal organisatiecoaches vanuit heel België online samengekomen om de bijzondere situatie waarin we ons nu collectief bevinden te exploreren en ideeën naar boven te laten komen.

Een eerste idee is dit artikel waarin we onze perspectieven delen voor de leiders van deze wereld die zich de volgende vraag stellen: “Wat kan ik tijdens en na deze covid19-periode doen om mijn organisatie alle kansen te geven om een opportuniteit van deze situatie te maken?”

Onze antwoorden zijn kort en bondig, niet gesorteerd en het is aan jou, beste lezer, om eruit te halen wat voor jou relevant is en om jouw idee eraan toe te voegen. …

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Don’t let measures against COVID-19 disrupt your work collaboration

Day after day, my phone pushes more and more new flashes about the measures being taken to fight the spread of Coronavirus — in Italy, France and Belgium, in the UK and beyond. Infection rates started to rise, press conferences were announced, large-scale events cancelled, quarantine zones declared…

As I began to read into the details of the quarantine zone in Italy (restricted travel, working from home, 1 adult per family allowed to go the supermarket, keeping 1 meter distance from others) and learned of many other companies and countries asking people to work from home, I thought back to the days of being an employee and hearing that remote working was ‘tolerated in some cases, but not encouraged’. ‘What would my former colleagues be told now?’ I wondered as I excitedly read April Rinne’s article where she writes: “COVID-19 had already won The World’s Largest Remote Work Experiment Award.” …


Marina Lynch

Exploring participatory leadership, collaboration and co-creation off- and online.

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