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Hybrid working: skills for leadership
Hybrid working: skills for leadership

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This free course was written by Becky May with support from Beccy Dresden and Esther Spring.

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Course image: Andrew Kearton; Alamy Stock Photo

Figure 1: from: Gartner Survey Reveals 82% of Company Leaders Plan to Allow Employees to Work Remotely Some of the Time ©

Figure 2: from Introducing Organisation Behaviour and Management, Knights, D. and Willmot, H., © 2007, Thomson Learning.

Figure 3: from ‘Continuous Improvement Featured Goal Setting Self-Improvement’; James Clear.

Figure 4: from ‘Circles of Control’; Claire Newton

Figures 5 and 6: from: The Johari Window Exercise - Increase self-awareness and team awareness; Gustavo Razzetti; April 2019; Fearless Culture

Figure 7: ktsimage; Getty Images

Figure 8: The Open University

Figure 9: adapted from Valente, J. (2020) ‘How to conduct the Sailboat retrospective.’

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