Crossing the digital threshold from screen to human connection is essential to support the distributed workforce, with many working and learning from home. However, the resounding sentiment is that the ‘in real life’ (IRL) connection doesn’t quite translate in URL-based learning environments.

How do we connect virtually with the same dynamic presence that we do in real life?

In our latest article for Training & Development magazine, Senior Associate Hayley Linthwaite explores how the human connection can be strengthened online through consciously crafting ‘ATOMIC’ presence.

This article originally appeared in Training & Development magazine, June 2020 Vol. 47 No. 2, published by the Australian Institute of Training & Development.


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