"Don't confuse momentum with progress"

COVID-19 video briefing: Snap UK general manager Ed Couchman.

by Adam Gale
Last Updated: 14 Apr 2020
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"If you can't be physically present, can you be digitally present?"

This is a question facing many people in leadership positions, now that coronavirus has rendered face-to-face contact off-limits

In this video, Snapchat's UK boss Ed Couchman talks to Management Today's Adam Gale about adapting to the realities of remote working, loneliness and creativity, sharing lessons about what's working and what's not.

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