Welcome readers to this week’s edition, which comes amidst an expectation tonight that the UK government will address the nation to unveil plans for easing the restrictions we have seen for the last 7 weeks.
In what the government are calling a “roadmap” of how to unlock the UK’s economy, we are waiting on tenterhooks to see what the immediate future will bring. Other countries are ahead of this curve but it feels like a step closer to the sorts of positive conversations we here hope to encourage with the caveat that our immediate health and wellbeing must be paramount.
Therefore, this week’s curated content majors heavily on the issue of workspaces and our hope that we can raise the level of debate on its purpose beyond the simplistic, polarising ‘home versus office’ standoff. Our workspaces are no longer fixed to an office; this new space must allow for creativity, collaboration and focus, even in isolation. What’s your take?
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a seasoned HR pro and has been challenging us for some time now, in his own inimitable style, to rethink our prevailing approach to organisations and our adoption of workplace technology.
founder of PTHR, adviser, author and speaker on the transformative power of people professionals; championing Next Stage Organisations and helping create better business for a better world
is Head of Research & External Vigilance at People & Transformational HR, having 10 years experience within learning & development, training and thought leadership event organisations.
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