What if diversity and inclusion went beyond “difference” and “normality”? Let’s be honest: it’s time to take our masks off and be authentic. Our CEO Riccarda Zezza explains more.
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How many times do we change our minds each day? Our CEO Riccarda Zezza explores why changing your mind can be a good thing, encouraging us to learn and experience more.
When it comes to measuring value, money is a quick and easy to understand measure. But as Riccarda Zezza explains, it’s a measure, not the value itself.
As we journey through the pandemic, we realise that conversations and small talk with colleagues in the office was more essential than we first thought.
In 2014, Joe Biden wrote this memo to his staff: To My Wonderful Staff, I would like to take a moment and make something clear to everyone. I do not expect nor do I want any of you to miss or sacrifice important family obligations for work. Family obligations include...
What should we do with our emotions at work? Society tells us we should keep them in the private sphere. But neuroscience proves it’s impossible to think without feeling, making them essential to our working lives too.
Everything we believe to be unsustainable was already that way before the pandemic. So now it’s time to ask ourselves what we want the future to look like.
Solitude is a consequence of being invisible: you don’t feel alone when you are alone, you feel alone when you feel invisible. So, how can we make sure we’re “seeing” everyone for who they really are?
Human time is analogue, but remote workers’ time is digital. If we’re not careful, we’ll fall into presenteeism: the idea that we need to be “always on”.
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.