Neuroscience tells us that in culture transformations, we need to structure change by helping people understand what matters and how they need to behave. The old way is defunct.   According to Accenture research, the new way culture transformation has to be: ...
Most businesses endeavour to have an impact on the world and we make a case for business leaders to support and develop their employees according to the big shared purpose vision of their company. In recent years many organisations adopt...
Technological changes in the workplace have streamlined HR processes and made it much more efficient and work more collaborative. But at the same time, technological advancements have made it difficult for certain aged individuals to keep up. The knowledge upgrade needed...
HR bears the responsibility to promote wellness initiatives and employee incentive options as a cost-effective health, wellbeing  and work-life balance that will also yield important organisational performance benefits. HR administers benefits and work-life programs, provides benefits education and problem resolution...
According to CIPD, HR leaders and managers today are embracing workforce diversity and inclusion. Diversity comprises not just the differences in people’s demographic characteristics (gender, language, culture and so on) but also work styles and opinions. Although diversity has...
CUSTOMER-CENTRICITY AND EMPLOYEE-CENTRICITY Customer-centricity encompasses both business processes, interactions, cultural mindsets, but also the actual way of doing business. According to Paula Clapon, a content strategist at gethppy.com, a customer-centric approach has been proven to add value to a company, as a cultural and...
Aaron Hurst lists the top ten findings that make the business case for investing in purpose in your organization. 1) Purpose Is the Top Motivator McKinsey reported that in a study of 100 variables, purpose was found to have the greatest impact...
Theodore Kinni, a contributing editor of strategy+business, compiled Susan David’s essential reading, to beeter understand Emotion in the Workplace.   “Emotions can be harnessed to live and lead in better ways,” says Susan David. “For so long, we’ve treated emotions in organizations as warm, fluffy,...
  Imagine what would happen if every person was connected to shared purpose at work — to a job that mattered to them, their company, and the world. Imagine how much more productive and successful those purpose-oriented workers could be. Think of...
Four powerful forces are driving change for both HR functions and the organizations they serve.
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