How to Improve Effectiveness and Processes with Multiple Systems

How to Improve Effectiveness and Processes with Multiple Systems

Understanding and using quality communication technology is vital to any business’s success. Now, with so many of us working from home, it’s more important than ever… but also comes with a new set of issues. We spoke with tech expert Trina L. Martin to learn what we need to know to improve effectiveness and processes with multiple systems.

This is a timely and helpful conversation you won’t want to miss!

Listen to our podcast with Trina L. Martin about getting the most from your multiple systems below:

We’ve all dealt with Zoom calls gone awry, internal communication technology overload, and even important events disappearing from our digital calendars. It seems that the more systems we have to work with, the more issues we encounter. This is compounded by our socially distanced work styles now in the wake of COVID-19.

Trina L. Martin is an expert on technological systems. After sharing some of her background, she dives into some of the things that can go wrong for companies with communication technology. How can companies improve their efficiency and effectiveness using multiple systems? What about in light of so many working from home?

Trina shares several tips that will help us not just during the pandemic, but also once we’re able to work in the office again. For communication privacy and security, consider using the Signal app. If you’re looking to keep engagement high, Trina also has some other tricks up her sleeve – tune in to find out what they are!

How to Improve Effectiveness and Processes with Multiple Systems

To learn more about Trina L. Martin, be sure to visit her official website. You can schedule a call with her to work directly with her. Trina also hosts the Trina Talk podcast, and wrote the incredible book, From a Mess to Amazing: 7 Steps to Create the Life You Deserve.

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