Hone the skills of people returning to work: it’s at the heart of the self-learning program for new parents, launched in EY.
LIFE READY BLOG
Intentional learning is a key skill when facing big changes, including professional ones. The secret lies in training your curiosity each day.
The whole western world is talking about it. Should we bring people back to the office? Here’s why our CEO Riccarda Zezza believes there’s value in bringing people together, without screens.
Managers can effectively respond to employee needs in terms of wellbeing, employee satisfaction and engagement. How? By caring for people and making space for their emotions.
We’re strong. A lot stronger than they’d have us believe. We’re ready for change. We know how to adapt, how to learn and change ourselves in line with the world that surrounds us. So why do we think we’re so fragile?
While we’re planning to the return to the office, we risk facing a great paradox. We might see people more in the office, but we risk hiding all of those life dimensions that became visible while they were working remotely. Riccarda Zezza explores how we can keep “seeing” people, with a little help from emotional intelligence.
The narrative surrounding motherhood needs to change. It’s not just about breaking down barriers, it’s about telling a whole new story. Our CEO Riccarda Zezza explains more.
Sometimes we end up repeating the same questions because we struggle to recognize a response, even if it's a simple one. Maybe that's exactly why we do it. It happens when we talk about leadership, contrasting old and new models. There's an old model that never goes...
Employee productivity, engagement and wellbeing are linked to valuing their identity dimensions. It’s about recognising the synergy that passes between their people’s private and professional lives.
What impact has the pandemic had on D&I strategies? And what will happen in the future? We talked about it in a recent workshop organised by Comunicazione Italiana.