Thinking of quitting your job? Join the club! The COVID pandemic has led to what’s being dubbed The Great Resignation in the US. And apparently this seismic shift in the workforce is about to hit our shores, especially in the tech industry. Listen to this podcast for a discussion.
Empathy may sound like a soft skill, one best served up by HR professionals. But actually, empathy is a critical leadership skill and one needed now more than ever. Read more here.
Multinational firm Ricoh has been shortlisted in the ‘Organisational Response to the Pandemic’ category, and Computing caught up with Mark Robinson – vice president of information technology & CISO, EMEA – to find out more about the company, and why he feels the Awards are important.
Read more on how compassion in the workplace fosters resilience and helps prevent against burnout.
A record number of employees are quitting or thinking about doing so. Organizations that take the time to learn why—and act thoughtfully—will have an edge in attracting and retaining talent.
“Diversity and inclusion” has become the catchphrase of the year. Everyone’s talking about how we can change things. But less seems to be talked about whether we’re taking the right approach. Read this article to explore this further.
This article explores Hybrid work arrangements, with employees doing some tasks in the office and others virtually.
Women are caught in a Catch-22 when it comes to burnout at work: They suffer it more and also do more to combat it.
Being a great leader can be a challenge in the best of times. But in the worst of times, like during the COVID-19 pandemic, being a great leader can be a stretch for even the savviest of experts.
The members of Forbes Business Council share 16 strategies for building a positive culture with both onsite and freelance talent.
As organizations reel from the sting of losing talent, one thing has become clear: Leaders need more support.
This article explores 15 Methods Leaders Can Use To Boost A Team’s Curiosity And Innovation.
To thrive today and tomorrow, companies must become “net positive”—giving more to the world than they take. Find out more and purchase the book Net Positive.
It’s not surprising that so many workers are fed up with two years of a crisis. As leaders, now is the time to acknowledge your workers’ experiences.
This article assess the current landscape, lays out what businesses need to know and advise on how you can work with the board to act in a considered and compassionate way.
This article includes tips for employers and managers when it comes to navigating this time of great change.
Beyond vulnerability to gender equality and women’s empowerment and leadership in disaster risk reduction: Critical actions for the United Nations System
This report asks what needs to change in the approach of the United Nations system as a whole to make significant practical progress on gender equality in disaster risk reduction by 2030.