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Get Heard: collaborative working

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Collaborative working is a central part of many people's day-to-day work and may involve colleagues from different offices, campuses and even institutions. How easy do you find it to collaborate with colleagues? Has the recent move to Teams had any impact on how well you work collaboratively?

The Staff Forum will be exploring the theme of collaborative working at the next Get Heard session on Wednesday 26 February - please join us at 12:00 in Room 1L10, Agriculture Building at Earley Gate.

The session will run until 13:00 and lunch will be provided.

We would be grateful if you could register in advance, especially if you need to state any dietary requirements - click here to register (University log-in required).

We look forward to seeing - and hearing - you there.

Get Heard

Get Heard sessions are designed to instigate discussion and debate on various topics relating to our everyday working lives. They are organised by the Staff Forum, our body of representatives for colleagues within the University.

You can find details of future sessions over at the Get Heard page.

Last month's discussion focused on the theme of training and personal development and there was a good turnout. We are especially grateful to Lisa Costello, Marc Adams and Lynn Moore from People Development who provided useful insight into the different types of courses and training offered by the University and the upcoming additions to the training catalogue.

To find out more about the Staff Forum, or to suggest a topic for a future Get Heard session, visit the Staff Forum website.

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