There is no doubt that 2020 will be a year to remember. As our economy finally begins to reopen and recover, and we pause to evaluate our ‘old normal’ and look ahead to the future.
As we begin to take stock of the economic damage caused by coronavirus it is a sobering thought that many businesses around the UK and worldwide, which only a few months ago were thriving and prosperous, are now struggling to survive.
Resilience is now, after a global pandemic, recognised as a crucial factor in the workplace. In the increasingly and endlessly turbulent context of today and tomorrow’s working world, the resilience of both individuals and organisations becomes paramount in order to survive and thrive.
COVID-19 has made many organisations face new and unexpected challenges, the greatest being the rapid UpSkilling or Re-Skilling of their workforces. As much as we have seen certain business sectors suffer in the face of the current crisis; others have taken flight increasing their value by more than 100%.
This change has been felt by every organisation across the globe which has made it clear that few systems were in place to counteract, support or intervene effectively in helping people optimise their learning through a crisis.
It’s no secret that ‘teamwork’ is key; whether it be at work or at school, without it we wouldn’t be able to accomplish our tasks. It not only helps teams gel properly together, but it also increases morale in the workplace and enhances productivity too. In the time of COVID-19, when millions of workers are under lockdown, collaboration tools must be mastered to elevate productivity and overall success.