[MUST USE]: The New Normal Economy – Hybrid Working And Working At Home For Managers & Employees.
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, we all had to get used to hybrid working & remote working in the ‘The New Normal economy’. Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, corporate managers and employees worldwide have experienced the benefits & challenges of hybrid working, remote working in virtual teams & especially working at home.
The good news is that there is a lot of experience with hybrid working and working at home (actually ‘online working’) since the Nineties of the last century within large corporates and multinationals including in global banking including in the ABN Amro Bank where we started introducing hybrid working and remote working using intranets in that same period.
And that is why I wrote this new action ebook:
More: The Online Shakeout: tips & tricks, The Online Gig Economy – Tips & Tricks & Leadership Development X – Tips & Tricks
In this new ‘MUST-USE’ eBook you learn what The New Normal Economy is, what the benefits & challenges are of working at home, how to organise a productive home office, how to work at home on your own or with a partner & kids and how to manage employees that are hybrid working and working remotely.
Buy this practical e-book including free checklists and a random multiple-choice test for the rediciously low price of $8,99 here . When your company has a subscription, you can read and use it for free of course.
Tip: also buy these two other [MUST-USE] eBooks including free checklists and canvases: ‘Digital Strategy Mapping Digital Leadership In The Online Platform Economy and Survival Strategies For Corporates. How To Survive Covid-19 In 5 Steps’.
Make an appointment now on how to implement hybrid working and remote working succcesfully in your organisation.
Want to know more about how YOU can introduce hybrid working and working at home and other types of remote working or working-anywhere succesfully in your organisation? Make an appointment with me now using this form.
Tony de Bree