Despite females doing just as well as their male counterparts in school and university, social attitudes in the classroom affect girls’ science ambitions detrimentally, especially in engineering and computer science. Maybe girls need to experience more role models, such as these female STEM TED talkers and these STEM interviewees. Self-doubt follows women (and other minority […]
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Employers are realising that their staff need support with their financial education, particularly around pensions planning. It’s in their best interests, as money worries have an impact on productivity. Financial wellbeing is just as important as physical and mental wellbeing. That kind of support isn’t to suppress negative emotions. It can be detrimental to show only […]
Engaged employees are 44% more likely to stay in their jobs, and tapping into intrinsic motivation is key. Alas, many HR leaders attribute up to 50% of their employee turnover to employee burnout, which can be prevented, but not with a one-size fits all approach. Hootsuite’s CEO holds onto his employees through people movement – encouraging […]
Your big idea isn’t going to sell itself. To persuade, you need to think first about the seller and the buyer, as well as the message. Even more importantly, you need to ‘win over the elephant’ – the emotional side. Pre-suasion can help: getting them in a good mood first. This “enhances problem solving and […]
Are you responsible for designing leadership development? The latest research reveals two trends: 1) you can develop the problem-solving maturity of leaders through vertical development and 2) the ecosystem within which leaders work needs to be freed from barriers to learning and growth. “Heat experiences, colliding perspectives and elevated sense-making” are all vital within and […]