‘Drive To Hybrid Working Highlights Need For Focus On New Skills’, Forbes by Roger Trapp.
26th July 2021
Our societal and workplace responses to the pandemic have been varied – and at times surprising.
The way we perform our roles and tasks has changed. With more flexibility in both place and time, employees are able to better leverage their home space to safeguard dedicated time to focus, whilst making use of a collaborative office space to ideate, cooperate and share knowledge.
But individuals are not the only parties benefitting from hybrid work. In order to build competitive advantage and resilience, organisations themselves can empower their people to upskill and re-skill, making learning and development an integral part of their hybrid work model.