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Guy Clapperton's Top Ten tips to Smarter working

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For more on these and many other practical points on acoustics, building virtual teams - read the latest book from Guy Clapperton and Philipe Vanhoutte - The Smarter Working Manifesto

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Guy Clapperton's Top Ten tips to Smarter working

  1. 1. Guy’s ten tips for Smarter Working Consider the sort of work you have to do – is it best in short bursts, all in one go, with other people around, alone? Consider where these tasks are best achieved – it may not be at your desk the whole time. Survey your staff and survey them again on what they want from the workplace – communication is absolutely vital if smarter working is to happen efficiently. Consider abandoning land lines – this is the 21st century and they tie your floorplan down! Measure the benefits of any smarter working policy you put in place, not only in terms of cost savings and productivity but staff retention. Train people to communicate effectively by voice – and use the best broadband connection you can so that voice really is effective! Consider using social networking rather than email so it’s easier to track and for other people to take part. Watch out for people becoming isolated when they work remotely – invite them in for face to face meetings as well as video. Learn to measure workers by results rather than by face time. Train flexible workers’ peers to understand they’re still working when they’re away – foster a culture of trust based on outputs rather than an assumption that if someone’s not on the spot they might not be working. For more on these and many other practical points on acoustics, building virtual teams, establishing trust and much more, buy The Smarter Working Manifesto by Guy Clapperton and Philip Vanhoutte or visit smarterworkingmanifesto.com THE SMARTER WORKING MANIFESTO

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