Logo

COVID-19 Weekly Brief: Behaviour and Etiquette for Remote Meetings

What is appropriate behaviour and etiquette in remote meetings and how can scrutiny and governance be maintained whilst working remotely? Deborah Evans, Ed Hammond, and Philip McCourt consider best practice for remote meetings.

As everybody is embracing different ways of working due to the COVID-19 pandemic it is essential to promote and establish appropriate behaviour and etiquette for everybody participating in remote meetings. There are many sensible and seemingly obvious do's and dont's to observe in order to to ensure meetings do take place, run smoothly providing opportunities to participate where appropriate, are productive and effective, and result in appropriate actions and decisions. However, there are many considerations to ensure the correct scrutiny and governance is in place throughout a remote meeting.

Behaviour & Etiquette Supporting Slides

About the presenters

Landmarks health and social care 3

Article continues below...

Falklands Islands Legal Job Vacancies


Ed Hammond

Ed is Director of Research and Campaigns at the Centre for Public Scutiny where he leads their research programme alongside delivering reviews of governance and scrutiny for public and private sector clients, with a particular focus on our core work in local government.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Denis Hall

Philip McCourt

Director of Governance and Assurance at Wirral Borough Council and supporting a number of local authorities through Weightmans LLP, Philip specialises in corporate governance, law and management.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Deborah Evans

Deborah Evans

Deborah is Chief Executive Officer at Lawyers In Local Government.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

(c) HB Editorial Services Ltd 2009-2019