hybrid work

Before you rush into hybrid work and simply take it as a foregone, conclusion, take a few moments and consider what hybrid work really is, not just what you’ve heard about it or think it might be.

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Wayne Turmel has been writing about how to develop communication and leadership skills for almost 26 years. He has taught and consulted at Fortune 500 companies and startups around the world. For the last 18 years, he’s focused on the growing need to communicate effectively in remote and virtual environments.

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  1. Wayne, I appreciate you “stirring the pot” and asking these questions. Like you, I’ve noticed the term “hybrid work” and “hybrid workplace” thrown around, but not a whole lot about what specifically that means. I understand a reluctance to define something that’s quite malleable at this stage, but I’d like to hear more about options for creating a hybrid workplace, what’s been done, what’s failed and succeeded, what’s new in the word of hybrid work, and especially how we can be more inclusive and fight proximity bias. Thank you for shedding light on it, and I look forward to future videos!

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