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Employee Mood Meter: One company’s experience

The mood meter in action I helped a large nationalised UK company install a series of mood meters. The organisation has 28,000 employees and the part we worked with was concerned with infrastructure planning and building. In a non-descript office block in Victoria London 300 people toiled in project teams to help deliver improvements for part […]

Disrupting Work: The Problems We Face Now

Guest blog 1 out of 3 by Chris Gerry, CEO at the SkillsLab. They facilitate cultural change that allows people to develop soft-skills needed to learn, work and lead happy lives. Europe faces significant social and economic challenges in the next decades against a backdrop of global change. There are three that dominate: climate; population and the economy. Climate The […]

“It’s the conversations as much as the smiley buttons. These conversations wouldn’t have happened otherwise.”

It’s staff appraisal time at Bespoke. This quarter the CEO is seeing a new openness and flow in the conversations. What changed? “People don’t talk that openly about their feelings at most workplaces”, says Steve Brennan, CEO at UK based Bespoke. “They talk about tasks and deadlines more than feelings.“ “Our staff appraisals used to be […]