In the first episode of GetConnected AT WORK, hosts, Mike Agerbo and Chris Pereira, welcome Diana Chang to discuss how we can build connections using technology while working remotely. As COVID-19 continues to force many of us to work from home, how can we adapt the way we communicate and connect with colleagues and our network? And how will this evolve as we begin to return to work?
As the founder of a new business community in Vancouver and with experience working cross-culturally, Diana lends her unique perspective on how we can continue to build connections using technology through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Whether you’re starting a new job, welcoming new members to an existing team, or looking for new opportunities during this time, the pandemic has accelerated the need to build genuine connections and leverage networks.
About Diana Chang
Diana Chang has spent her career advancing the interests of Canadian institutions abroad, including public, private, and charitable sectors. These efforts have created long-lasting bridges between Canada and the Asia-Pacific region. She has travelled to over 30+ countries, fueled by opportunities to connect individuals and communities to opportunities. She co-founded the West Coast Opportunity Accelerator (WCOA), a Vancouver-based business community focused on helping individuals connect to turn ideas into action.
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