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Hope Street - Issue #3

Welcome back and hope everyone is safe and well ! This week felt a seminal one as Governments worldwi
Hope Street - Issue #3
By Barry, Kirsten, Perry • Issue #3 • View online
Welcome back and hope everyone is safe and well ! This week felt a seminal one as Governments worldwide began to announce when and how phased ’returns’ would start or under what conditions these would be tolerated. The immediate twin threats of a global virus and a faltering world economy have taken on a more polarised backdrop as decisions are being made and will remain entrenched for months to come. As always at Hope Street, we err on the side of the positive but recognise some major systemic issues emerging as we battle both effects.
We hope we’ve included enough varied content for our growing readership from right across the workplace spectrum, something we are keen to encourage as we build the #coalitionofthehopeful.
To those who’ve subscribed then a thank you for your continued support with Hope Street. For those who’ve had this sent to them, then welcome and if you haven’t done so already, then consider subscribing and sharing the newsletter with your wider network if you think it creates value. Enjoy and remember, stay home - save lives - protect your NHS! Everything else is just noise.
Who are we ? 
Hope Street is a collaborative effort, curated by Barry Flack , Perry Timms & Kirsten Buck on a journey to build the #coalitionofthehopeful.
Feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn or Twitter or send us some valauable content you want to share with your fellow travellers.
Enjoy Issue #3 and don’t forget to tell your friends.

Offices as we knew them are things of the past.
Offices as we knew them are things of the past.
Workplace
From now on, every company must become a digital health company
Lead Your Team Into a Post-Pandemic World
It's time to stop measuring productivity in hours
Post-Pandemic, Intel Is Leading The Way On Corporate Responsibility
Society
Why the true historical comparator is not the Second World War but the First
Our cities may never look the same again after the pandemic
Future Air Travel: Four-Hour Process, Self Check-In, Disinfection, Immunity Passes
Economy
Brand recovery in a post-pandemic world
The neoliberal era is ending. What comes next?
Not quite all there - The 90% economy that lockdowns will leave behind | Briefing | The Economist
Education
Executive education must retool for the post-pandemic world
Fundamental To All Learning and Development, How Can You Build Emotional intelligence Skills Online?
That's the NOW but what NEXT?
We continue clapping, community-building, pulling together and belonging all the way down Hope Street. We’re standing together - although physically apart - doing our bit to stop the spread of coronavirus, hoping that a new normal emerges soon and protecting the future of our hopeful world. 
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Stay safe and take care.
Barry, Perry & Kirsten.
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