If the pandemic has taught us one thing, it has made us more digitally creative; museums in the UK forced to close there doors created "museum in a box" - "students have the opportunity to engage with the museum's collections in a way that will stimulate, support and enrich their learning", or the Brooklyn Museum "In conjunction with the premiere of Netflix’s original limited series The Queen’s Gambit and the fourth season of The Crown, the Brooklyn Museum presents a virtual exhibition of digitally rendered and interactive 360-degree views of costumes from the two series, along with related objects from our collection, all set within a rendering of the Museum’s soaring Beaux-Arts Court".
We now have freedom to explore our communication style. In. our remote locations we can be ourselves, be accountable, yes, but be free. We need to adapt the body language skills we have learnt through years of face to face communication and augment our online interactions. We need to build trust and connection in this continuing hybrid world. It's time to move on from video chats full of “oops sorry no you go” and “can you hear me?!”
" The Talk2 Group consistently improved my performance from a single focus identified through personality profiling. From that simple assessment, Talk2 has given me pragmatic solutions and enabled me to develop my career"
Since 2005, we have been providing surprising communication solutions. We don't think that communication should be limited to the language of speech, we think communication can be art, photography, music. Why limit your learning to one method? Get creative, enjoy the freedom.