Businesses need to bring life to work and caring for the business ecosystem to face future challenges. Riccarda Zezza, Lifeed CEO, talked with Isaac Getz at the 50th Aidp National Congress.
By refocusing on our people’s identity dimensions and behaviors, HR can become “map experts” in valuing their employees’ potential.
The challenges faced in our private spheres give us a new awareness when transferring skills between life and work. Digital is key in doing so, it helps us to “manufacture our ideas”.
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?
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.
As the pandemic continues to unfold, it’s clear that the world of work isn’t going to be going “back to normal”. While we’re still living with great uncertainty, we have the opportunity to listen to our people, work with the information we have and build a brighter future together.
This year has shaken up our working routines. It’s brought along challenges, but also new ways of problem solving. Continuing our series on employee engagement, we spoke to HR Consultant Natalie Ellis about how the pandemic has affected work-life balance and HR teams on the field.
Many business are returning to the workplace after months of remote working. It’s the end of a phase, and an opportunity to reflect on lessons learned and priorities for the season ahead. We spoke to Devyani Vaishampayan, Managing Partner at The HR TECH Partnership, about the importance of continuous learning right now.