Thursday, August 6, 2020

Stephanie Chan




What has the world really learned in the global pandemic crisis?

Collaboration, leadership, and innovation are key. 2020’s global pandemic created a quick and massive shift for companies around the world, where businesses made necessary changes like working remotely and an increased emphasis on mental health and work-life balance

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