• BLOG | MY INFOGRAPHIC ON 5 GENERATIONS WORKING SIDE BY SIDE

    How many times have you been berated by your parents or reprimanded by your boss? How often have you been told “My generation knows better!” or “I have more experience?” But at the same time, we think – “NO! in fact me and my peers know way better than you, dinosaur!” Understanding how different generations think and behave can be fundamental to bring some stability and harmony in your working place and home. Getting clear on intergenerational differences in values can be truly unifying. We generally talk of a different generation every 30 years. In [...]

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    BLOG | 5 Articles that Explain the Importance of Women in Business

    For me the issue of supporting Women in business is not about equality or numbers, but is a philosophical question of how we want our world to look: Imbalanced, competitive, unequal or positive, cooperative and resilient? In my opinion, redressing that balance, supporting women, will quite simply make our world a better place. The link sounds tenuous? Here are 5 interesting articles that will give you a better understand of what I’m talking about: Don’t Underestimate the Power of Women Supporting Each Other at Work - Harvard Business Review, 2018 [...]

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    BLOG | International Women’s Day: Why I don’t believe in Gender Equality in the Workplace

    My mission is to make the world a more enjoyable, happier, balanced place. I believe it’s our human right.  Evidence tells us that over the last century humanity has grown significantly healthier and wealthier, yet in general our well-being and mental health have been left behind. And there’s nowhere more relevant to each of us than of course the Workplace. Again, data confirms that worker insecurity is at an all-time high and that 1 in 3 of us are considering leaving our jobs. Just imagine the hundreds of billions of dollars this costs our governments, businesses and people [...]

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    BLOG | Workplace Well-being by Numbers

    21st century survival will largely be a function of an organisations ability to place the well-being of all stakeholders at the heart of its strategic objectives – Andrew Stead Due to the critical importance of our work in many areas of life, not least for governments, the scientific understanding of how it relates to our happiness is extensive.  The economic argument for happiness and workplace well-being in organisations is robust. It's my belief that corporations who are unable to suitably promote the engagement and well-being of their employees will be unable to hire or retain [...]

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