Wednesday, February 10th 2021
This week in
How to grow your social capital in a post-covid world?
This week’s must read
Social capital in the workplace has never been so important. It is the glue that brings people together, generates positive interactions, and builds a sense of trust throughout your organization. And it makes your place a key ingredient to business success.
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Miles McLeod about relationships in the workspace of the future.
In a post-pandemic world, the success of remote work has reimagined how corporate work gets done, as well as where the work takes place. Are we prepared to completely abandon the office space?
Our employees’ work-family is their coworkers with whom they share more than half of his day with. How can we improve job satisfaction when our employees feel that their work does not serve a purpose or is unsatisfactory, and they feel lonely?
Today’s world is very different from that of just a few decades ago, and organizations have become complex. We need to reimagine them and reinvent work: let’s move from optimization to adaptation.
In this article inspired by a conversation between Michael Arena and David Green in the latest series of the Digital HR Leaders podcast about innovation and how it is achieved and maintained in an organization, especially in a remote environment, the author explores the concept of social capital further, answering questions like “What is social capital?” or How do you measure it?
This week’s Consulting News
| @Wealth Management.com
| Ben Richmond@Xero for Entrepreneur
| @PR newswire
This week’s media
Here are the ingredients for major change that have never been seen before: ubiquitous digital access, the gig economy and the demands of a multigenerational workforce mixed with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Consulting sourcing tips
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