Posts tagged ORGANISATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Working and Parenting over the summer? 17 mantras that will get you through!

Every single summer I’m surprised by the juggle it is to be a working parent when the kids are off and (quite rightly) demanding our full attention. Why do camps start so late and finish so early? Have I catered for every pickup/drop off/favour that allows me to get to work and be fully present with my clients? It’s a struggle!

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Business as usual will not save the planet - HBR

While the pattern of setting and ignoring climate change targets seems largely to have been accepted, the tide is changing, and increasingly private business as well as public concerns are going to have to dramatically alter their ways of working, to contribute where they can to saving our collective planet.

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TED Talk - Ricardo Semler on Radical Democracy in Organisations

A MUST listen. What would happen if there were no rules in your organisation? If you gave yourself “terminal days” - time to think about what you would do if you had a terminal diagnosis? If you tore up the rule book and started again? How do you set yourself up with wisdom?

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Now is the time to build fluid Organisations, and here's why

Hands up who regularly sees people working away at their local coffee shop? Concurrently, the rise in demand for temporary office space keep going up and up. And I keep hearing about Professional Services Firms who are having a harder and harder time of getting their People to commit to a Partner track ( requiring long hours and high levels of organisational commitment).

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