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What’s a business for?

What’s a business for?
THEMES // #employees #trust #resilience
KEY INSIGHTS // Unless companies change their culture, capitalism will continue to be viewed as the rich man’s self-serving game. Investors, talent and consumers may desert it and governments may impose more limiting regulations… READ MORE
AUTHOR // HBR
PUBLISHED // December 2002

Putting purpose to work

Putting purpose to work
THEMES // #growth #employees #stats #resilience
KEY INSIGHTS // 79% of business leaders believe that purpose is central to business success, however only 34% of them actually use purpose as a guidepost for decision making of their leadership team. This gap presents an opportunity for truly-purpose driven leadership… READ MORE
AUTHOR // PWC
PUBLISHED // June 2016

Why you hate work

Why you hate work
THEMES // #employees #stats
KEY INSIGHTS // It is important for employers to ask the basic question: “What would make our employees feel more energized, better taken care of, more focused and more inspired?”… READ MORE
AUTHOR // NY Times
PUBLISHED // May 2014

The business case for purpose

The business case for purpose
THEMES // #employees #stats #growth #resilience
KEY INSIGHTS // Companies are categorised into three categories when it comes to purpose: Prioritizers (clearly articulated and embedded purpose), developers ( In the process of embedding purpose), and laggards (purpose was not understood or communicated)… READ MORE
AUTHOR // HBR
PUBLISHED // 2015

The damage inflicted by poor managers

The damage inflicted by poor managers
THEMES // #employees #stats
KEY INSIGHTS // When engagement levels slip, top leaders benefit by analysing leadership management techniques from the top down, assess their skills, analyse department relationship dynamics and provide coaching, training and support to their leaders to improve the company as a whole… READ MORE
AUTHOR // Gallup
PUBLISHED // December 2016

Neuroscience of Trust

Neuroscience of Trust
THEMES // #employees #trust #stats
KEY INSIGHTS // Compared with people at low-trust companies, people at high-trust companies report: 74% less stress, 106% more energy at work, 50% higher productivity, 13% fewer sick days, 76% more engagement, 29% more satisfaction with their lives, 40% less burnout… READ MORE

AUTHOR // HBR
PUBLISHED // 2017