Jasmine Gartner - trainer, anthropologist and business consultant on employee engagement - considers the two ways in which we think about the idea of work.
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Rachel Brushfield from Energise The Talent Liberation Company explores how an individual’s personal values could be the key to solve the UK’s productivity crisis.
This is the next in the series of interviews in which a selection of HR leaders across a variety of sectors share their thoughts on the impact of past and anticipated future changes on their world of work.
Natalie Carrick and Lynn White of WDI Consulting continue to explore how energy can be managed in business. In this article, they look at the sources of energy in teams and identify some strategies to help businesses enhance and sustain this critical resource.
This article by Richard Goff, Partner at Archipelago connections looks at the changing nature of leadership in the workplace and explores facilitating as a new model of leadership.
Mark Catchlove of Herman Miller explores whether space affects our behaviour and what this means for the future of work.
This article from Richard Goff, Partner at Archipelago connections considers the concept of an 'organisation' and its place in the future of work.
This article is the second in a series from Claudia Filsinger, Executive Coach with the Executive Coaching Consultancy looking at how managers can coach successfully remotely and across cultures. It reviews and evaluates the relevant learnings from cross-cultural coaching practice.
Being prepared for organisational change brought about by future challenges in the workplace is more important than ever. This article from WDI Consulting Limited explores how storytelling and embracing employee activism can play an important part in helping HR to manage change to bring about positive results.
How can HR translate trends that organisations are facing, such as the ageless and collaborative workforce, into practical actions in a way that is meaningful to leaders and employees alike? What exactly is an "HR Anticipator"? How can the HR manager anticipate and prepare for change? In this article, WDI Consulting Limited share their insight.
We are seeing massive change to the workplace. Be it through the growth of the global economy due to the growth in emerging markets, productivity increases due to the expansion of the internet of things or the rise of flexible working and 'elancers'. Dean van Leeuwen, futurist and co-founder of Tomorrow Today Global shares his thoughts on these workplace trends and outlines the top five impacting the future of work.
Politicians want a higher standard of living for all, with proposals to end low pay and get more money in more people's pockets. To do this, a range of policy initiatives are being debated that it's hoped will help people with the cost of living and raise living standards, but which will impact employers. This Lewis Silkin article explains the pros and cons of the policies.
Yahoo! has banned telecommuters and wants everyone to work in the office. Is this the start of a new trend, a continuation of an old one or something else entirely? How are other employers approaching flextime issues? Lewis Silkin considers the issues and what the future may hold for flexible working.