Webinar: Free-Range Working - Making Remote Working Work For You

2020 saw businesses throughout Aotearoa adopt remote working tools at pace, to keep operating whilst keeping employees and customers safe. For many of these businesses, free-range working is now a permanent way of operating, providing employees with greater levels of flexibility and freedom, while maintaining productivity and efficiency. The last year has seen Vodafone New Zealand not only made changes to its operating model, but guide many of its business customers through the transformation, helping them with both the opportunities and the challenges this new way of working can bring about.

As part of the Vodafone Business leadership team, Ben Harvey-Lovell has worked closely with the teams implementing free-range working solutions in Kiwi work places of all sizes and has some useful first hand insights into leading teams who work remotely having joined Vodafone just after the second Auckland lockdown last year.

Members and non members welcome!

The zoom link for this webinar will be emailed to all registered attendees prior to the meeting.



Friday, 12th March, 2021
1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Zoom meeting

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