Thinking Aloud

Let's head back to workplaces to learn with and from one another

Our emotions and experiences play a vital role in our capacity to learn and thrive

What impact has work from home had on your workplace learning? PHOTO: ST FILE
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This being the Labour Day weekend, I want to celebrate the part of work I love most - learning.

For me, one of the best things about Singapore's return to Dorscon yellow is the return of in-person teaching, whether in the classroom, on the job in the office or just about anywhere else people gather to work, converse and learn together.

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