Learning from home: how can remote colleagues develop new skills?

As we write this on the 22nd March 2020, the world is adapting to a new reality. Coronavirus has forced everyone to adapt in a hurry – with very little time to plan how business and life will continue under a regime of social distancing and self-isolation.

While many businesses are facing existential threats and are simply struggling to survive, there are many organisations that need to prepare for a period of increased home working. As we write, it is difficult to predict whether this period of partial quarantine will continue for weeks or months.

Added to this uncertainty is the challenge of dealing with the stress and anxiety that most of us are feeling. Work may bring a welcome break from the alarming headlines, but many people will find it difficult to focus on work when they’re worrying about the health of their family and friends.

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