When it comes to employment and entrepreneurship, the gender gap still exists. How can we start to bridge the divide for young women with financial education at school and at home?
LIFE READY BLOG
Companies have the opportunity to value people for all they are. A person’s identity dimensions are a resource, not an obstacle to be overcome. To value them, we need to focus on a new type of leadership.
How can fatherhood impact leadership? We spoke to a panel of senior leaders about their experiences and learnings that can be applied at work in our recent Life Ready Conference.
There’s a thread that connects all transitions: the need for people to be listened to and contribute to their potential opportunities for future growth. Instead of thinking creating space to listen, we can listen to people while they focus on something else.
The pandemic has revealed that people carry an infinite amount of resources: all they need is the space to be able to express them.
We need to unlearn to be able to see the current model as just one of many options, instead of the only way forward. We talked about this with 6 representatives from large companies, that are now in a position to influence their own corporate cultures and come up with new ways to see the future.
As part of the Women in Tech series, our International Advisor Valeria Leonardi spoke at TechItalia on engagement and resilience in times of crisis.
When the pandemic hit, the manager’s role within business needed to change. We’ve collaborated with top CEOs and managing directors to pull together some key characteristics that managers need to be successful at this time.
Now more than ever, mothers are asked to take a step back, to direct their resilient strength to support a part of society that doesn’t vote, but paves the way for the future: their children. Here are 5 ideas that emerged from the Life Ready Conference.
We’re all going through a life transition at the moment. We’re continuing to work from homes, and lots of our roles are overlapping and accumulating. Just like every transition, we need to rethink a few things at both a personal and social level. We spoke to 4 HR directors in different industries to ask them how they imagine the return to ‘normality’ in the aftermath of Covid-19.