Now, more than ever, mothers are being asked to take a step back. But it’s their strength and resilience that’s supporting our countries through investing in the future: their children. Here are the insights that emerged from our 4th Life Ready Conference, celebrating International Mother’s Day.
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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 home, 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.
We bought together 7 key opinion leaders: men, fathers and managers in large corporations. In a live streaming session, they explained to us how fatherhood has changed them as leaders. And we discovered that their children were the best training ground for professional skills.
Lifeed founder and CEO Riccarda Zezza talks about parenthood and learning on the latest Corporate Unplugged podcast.
We speak to Chiara Condi, founder of Led by HER, about caring leaders, gender equality and making an impact in our everyday work.
“How can I have more women in my management team? We have thirty-five team members and all of them are men. I want to boost our company's gender diversity”. A Japanese manager asked me this question while I was on a Japanese tour. I was on a business trip, visiting...