Wellbeing in the workplace - Mindfulness, meditation

During these challenging times, we need to make sure we are checking in with our team members, to make sure they are OK. This not only means their physical health, but also their mental health. Regular catch up calls with your team members, where you turn your camera on, can really help with the human connection that we are missing. At Shocklogic, we practice mindfulness as a team. This includes an online conference call, where we all participate in a mindful breathing exercise.

5 Powerful Tips To Make Remote Work Productive for Your Team

Remote work is the future. 

2018 Global report states that 52% of workers work from home at least once every week, while 18% of people work remotely full-time. Work flexibility is also an increasingly important requirement for many workers. 61% of people have left or are considering leaving their current job because of the lack of work flexibility. 

E-book: The Ultimate Guide to Virtual Events

The value of face-to-face interaction will never go away, but there are times when going virtual is a necessary part of your event programme. But how do you turn a multi-day conference, filled with networking opportunities, educational sessions, and the attendee insights they generate into a virtual one? And once you do, how do you ensure attendees are engaged throughout the event?

CTI Virtual Options to Cope with COVID


With some meetings cancelled and others facing reduced attendance, CTI now offers solutions for presenters and attendees to participate from afar.

Since the Coronavirus has struck with such dire consequences for the meeting industry, the clients have asked them to develop a “virtual” experience for those who cannot attend or participate as planned. They proposed three options to help cope and have started implementation for some clients. Below the three options: 

Key Event Management - Trends 2020

Event management is changing – but are you ready? With the coronavirus spreading rapidly across the globe, events and conferences are being cancelled one after another to help cull its spread.
For many businesses reliant on face-to-face interaction, the solution has been to move small meetings and events online, and utilise remote interpreters to translate vital content for specific audiences. 


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