As we enter into the winter months and what is almost certainly going to bring another period of restrictions and changes to working patterns for many due to the pandemic, HR professionals and business leaders’ aim is to create sustainable ‘hybrid’ organisations. Organisations where the vast majority of people are working from home, balancing many priorities. This requires a culture, as well as working practices which will allow people to thrive, and not just ‘survive’. There are many facets to this, wellbeing is at the top of the list, as many people have been going great guns since March and are at risk of burn out, but also on the minds of leaders (or should be!) is how they can support their people to take ownership of their new way of working, learning, collaborating and delivering, in a way which is aligned to the business strategy but also gives them a choice in how they stay connected.
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