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“I had literally just joined as CEO when we went into Covid lockdown”

  • August 29, 2020
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Today we continue looking at leadership examples: Today we’re looking at more Covid leadership examples: Meet Yann Lechelle, who got an unexpected start as he joined his 250 new colleagues. After Yann played a key role as COO in French AI start-up Snips being acquired by Sonos for $37 million, he continued to tap into his entrepreneurial […]

Business Recovery Covid-19: People Engagement

  • April 21, 2020
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  People Engagement: Covid-19 Business Recovery Plan   “People engagement – it’s never been more critical”, says Paul Greenaway, CEO at In-gage. He’s sharing 3 tips for a Covid-19 Business Recovery Plan.   Tremendous pressure on leaders As founder of a new business, In-gage, that is 100% focussed on helping organisations implement and deliver people […]

The Future of Work: How much does ‘Work Happiness’ matter to Gen Z? Yale’s most popular class should give you a hint

  • September 26, 2018
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The future of work is already here. Just how much does Work Happiness matter to Gen Z? Yale’s most popular class gives us all a hint.  Is your workplace ready for when Gen Z knocks on your door? (Yeah, yeah, I know they probably wouldn’t physically knock, but remember that you don’t pick talent anymore. Talent picks you.) […]

Real Time Talent Management

  • November 13, 2017
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  Real Time Talent Management   Real Time Talent Management is one of the hottest trends in HR Technology according to Forbes, with Meghan M Biro praising systems that enables companies to stay on top of things in real time: Real time monitoring gives HR and Team leaders more power to do more good.   […]

HR can be simple – 5 questions answered

  • March 16, 2017
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Simple HR Talking about simple HR, I felt a bit like I was swearing in church the other day when answering Peter Wald’s questions over at the HRM blog. Peter Wald, a German Professor of HR Management at the Leipzig University, interviews HR leaders and asks the tough questions. We talked about our mixed emotions regarding […]

Disrupting Work: The Problems We Face Now

  • November 7, 2016
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Disrupting Work: 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. […]