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Shared Purpose & Collaborative Engagement

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,...
  Claus Thorne Madsen, Partner, Deloitte Denmark talks about how shared services can be used as a platform for growth. - How can shared services be used to deliver the 'one company' approach? - How do you involve the business in...
    According to a Corvirtus report: 'What is Organizational culture: The quest is not whether your enterprise has a culture, but whether it’s the RIGHT one,' organizational culture is often referred to as “the way we do things around here,”...
  HR must share organisational insight about how the business works and what it does. About the impact of people, culture and leadership. Understanding the core value drivers, the business financials, gaps in the productivity and connecting the financial performance with employees...
Having an engaged workforce that feels rewarded and valued is a priority for every organisation. Supporting that workforce, now and in the future, is the key to remaining viable. Clive Bolton, managing director, retirement solutions at Aviva, has said: “It’s clear...
Strategic Partnerships By Professor James E. Henderson, Professor Charles Dhanaraj and Karine Avagyan with Michelle Perrinjaquet 79 participants from 50 companies attended an IMD Discovery Event that focused on the challenges involved in making strategic partnerships work. Download here>     Strategic Partnerships Models that Work This panel...
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...
79% of employers believe offering benefits to employees is a critical component of attracting talent (Burson Marsteller) 59% of employees say employee benefits are “very important” to how they feel about their job and their employer, 36% said...
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