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Blog – Working from Home: Best Practice Tips

Remote working had quietly been reshaping our lives; part or full-time. From coffee shops, public libraries to living rooms at our dining tables. The emergence of digital office rental services has led to changing attitudes around where we work or manage teams, and to whether we should. Today in 2020, unprecedented times bring us to a mass digital remote working era.  With the shift, we explore how best to coordinate our lives, weave in work-life balance, staying efficient and productive.

Establish a Routine
Dedicated Workspace
Communicate
Time Block and Remove Distractions…


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Blog – Remote Networking: Relationship Building In the Time of Coronavirus

For some, the social interaction of networking is an opportunity to thrive, but for others it is akin to an annual dental check-up. Regardless of your profession, industry or background, the power of professional networking on your career cannot be overstated. It is a necessity in your success for more business opportunities, broader knowledge, interdisciplinary collaborations, increased capacity for innovation, improved employment perspectives and essential for career development and progression.

1. (Re)connect

2. LinkedIn

3. Ramp up visibility

4. Be intentional

5. Diversify your network

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Online Resources for Children

A range of STEMM resources online are available for children.

Take a virtual tour or work through maths puzzles, all in one place.

(incl some non-STEMM resources too)

Follow the link to check our list by clicking here. 

CamAWiSE update due to Coronavirus

We would like to update you on CamAWiSE activities in response to COVID-19, as we have begun to scale back operations.

Our workshops scheduled for March – July 2020 will be postponed until a time which is safe to do so. We will provide regular updates, information and online resources, which will be maintained on our media channels.

Keep updated, follow us on:

LinkedInwww.linkedin.com/company/camawise

Twitter@camawise

Facebooken-gb.facebook.com/camawise

Instagram@camawisenews

For further information or questions, email Rukshana Jaman (CamAWiSE Coordinator) at info@camawise.org.uk.

 Stay Healthy, Stay Safe and get Connected!

POSTPONED: Impact and Influence in the Workplace with Natacha Wilson

Date: 24th March 2020 – POSTPONED

Location: Lucy Cavendish College

Time: 8:00 – 10:00 pm

Come and join us on March 24th to explore “Impact and influence in the workplace”

We are delighted to have Natacha Wilson with us (Director of Cambridge Insights), who will invite us to challenge our assumptions around

  • Leadership
  • Influence
  • Impact
  • Status

The opportunity to make a positive impact is here and now – let’s seize the day!

Cambridge Insights – Leadership and Innovation for a greater world

ALL WELCOME (all genders and non-STEMM).

Read further and reserve your place here…


Book your place as either a Member or Non-member by clicking one of the links below:

Members £12 Non-members £15
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